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- December 29, 2015
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U.S. jobs at manufacturing plants, research and development facilities and dealer networks tied to Japanese automakers grew 11.5 percent last year, for a total of 1.52 million positions.
That data, found in a new report from the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association USA, underscores the companies’ robust growth across the country, including Alabama.
In this state, both Honda and Toyota have a major manufacturing presence, and they have been adding jobs and investment in recent years at their plants.
Ron Bookbinder, general director of JAMA USA, said the job growth is fueled by several factors.