Auto Manufacturers Bringing 4,000 Jobs To The US From Mexico

Auto Manufacturers Bringing 4,000 Jobs To The US From Mexico
Gage Skidmore
Japanese-based auto manufacturers Toyota Motor Corp and Mazda Motor Corp are collaborating on a joint venture project to build a $1.6 billion assembly plant in the U.S., creating 4,000 jobs.

The plant, which will open in 2021, will have the capacity to assemble 300,000 vehicles, according to Reuters Friday. Production will be split between the two auto giants.

A location for the factory is yet to be determined. President Donald Trump tweeted about the news early Friday.
  The two companies will work together on developing electric vehicle technologies as emission regulations compel automakers to invest in the technology. They will also collaborate on automated vehicle technology
 Source: Daily Caller

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