Team Toyota

Derk, James
January 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Jan99, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p7
Assesses the economic impact of the opening of the Toyota Motor Corp. plant in the Gibson County community of Princeton, Indiana. Dress code of employees in the Toyota plant; Wages; Building of a full-sized pickup truck to be called Tundra; Number of employees at the plant.


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