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June 11, 1988 | From Reuters
Kentucky officials said Friday that they want a better accounting from Toyota Motor Co. of the $55 million in state money being spent to train workers at Toyota's new Georgetown, Ky., assembly plant. In a letter to the auto company, James Daniels, commissioner of Kentucky's Department for Employment Services, said Toyota's initial bill for $6.7 million in job training expenses was "exorbitant . . . and impossible for us to comprehend." He said the $6.
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June 11, 1988 | From Reuters
Kentucky officials said Friday that they want a better accounting from Toyota Motor Co. of the $55 million in state money being spent to train workers at Toyota's new Georgetown, Ky., assembly plant. In a letter to the auto company, James Daniels, commissioner of Kentucky's Department for Employment Services, said Toyota's initial bill for $6.7 million in job training expenses was "exorbitant . . . and impossible for us to comprehend." He said the $6.
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