Ground broken for Toyota plant in Ontario

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Detroit Free Press

One plant in San Antonio, set to open in 2006, now the new one in Canada has broken ground. States are still wooing Toyota for the next plant that will be announced for further growth. It's amazing that Toyota is continuing to grow and create jobs, both in Japan and here in the U.S.

A slightly related article discusses Flint Michigan's attempts to get the next Toyota plant. I'd say chances are better that the Red Sox repeat their World Series championship. Yes, I know they lost. My point exactly.

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