The giant Japanese automaker is planning a new ad campaign that focuses on the major investment the company has made in the United States. That includes 190,000 jobs along with what Toyota calls a commitment to the environment to stress their love for our country. Toyota has eight U.S. manufacturing plants that produced over a million vehicles in 2003. It is surprising how often foreign car corporations have more of their vehicles made in the U.S. than the Big 3. And it's even more surprising they don't rub it in the American companies' faces. I guess now Toyota is.
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