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Japanese-owned automotive supplier to invest an additional $66 million in the state; company will add 100 jobs.


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Japanese-owned automotive supplier to invest an additional $66 million in the state; company will add 100 jobs.

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Kobe Aluminum In Bowling Green, KY Breaks Ground On Second Expansion

Japanese-owned automotive supplier to invest an additional $66 million in the state; company will add 100 jobs.

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