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International Automakers in America

International automakers have put down deep roots in America and over the past 60 years have become a significant and integral part of the U.S. economy. As a result, the entire American auto industry is stronger and more competitive in the global marketplace. Last year, international automakers produced almost half of all vehicles in the United States and through their operations support nearly 2.5 million American jobs. The Autos Drive America’s latest economic impact reports highlights the international auto industry contributions in America.

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Alabama Economic Impact Study (2020)

Last year, international automakers produced 899,992 vehicles in the Yellowhammer State, accounting for 100% of their auto production. Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota all call Alabama “home” and together generated 77,843 jobs for Alabamans. Autos Drive America’s latest Alabama state economic impact report highlights the economic growth occurring across Alabama thanks to international automakers.

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Georgia Economic Impact Study (2020)

International automakers have created 71,871 local jobs in Georgia, directly employing 5,312 Georgians. Last year alone, Kia and its Georgian employees produced 269,369 vehicles in the Peach State. Autos Drive America’s Georgia state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Georgia thanks to international automakers.

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Indiana Economic Impact Study (2020)

International automakers invested a total of $7.5 billion in the Hoosier State in 2019. In 2019 alone, Hoosiers built 971,299 vehicles across three facilities: Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, Subaru of Indiana Automotive, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana. Autos Drive America’s Indiana state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Indiana thanks to international automakers.

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Kentucky Economic Impact Study (2020)

International automakers have created 72,905 local jobs in Kentucky. Last year alone, international automakers built 444,334vehicles in the Bluegrass State and contributed $7.6 billion to Kentucky’s GDP. Autos Drive America’s Kentucky state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Kentucky thanks to international automakers.

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Mississippi Economic Impact Study (2020)

In 2019, international automakers generated 31,096 local jobs in the Magnolia State and directly employed 6,920 Mississippians. Mississippi is home to Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Mississippi and the Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant. Autos Drive America’s Mississippi state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Mississippi thanks to international automakers.

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Ohio Economic Impact Study (2020)

International automakers generated 196,152 total jobs in Ohio. Ohioans and international automakers produced 612,609 vehicles in the Buckeye State in 2019. Autos Drive America’s latest Ohio state economic impact report highlights the economic growth occurring across Ohio thanks in part to international automakers.

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South Carolina Economic Impact Study (2020)

Last year, international automakers created 79,856 local jobs in the Palmetto State, directly employing 13,451 South Carolinians. The state is home to BMW Manufacturing, Mercedes-Benz Vans, and Volvo Car USA plant. Autos Drive America’s South Carolina state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across South Carolina thanks to international automakers.

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Tennessee Economic Impact Study (2020)

In 2019, international automakers built 639,576 vehicles in the Volunteer State, creating 119,159 local jobs in Tennessee and contributing $15.4 billion to Tennessee’s GSP in 2019. Autos Drive America’s Tennessee state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Tennessee thanks to international automakers.

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Texas Economic Impact Study (2020)

Last year, international automakers built 230,916 vehicles in the Lone Star State, supporting 141,471 local jobs and directly employing 10,144 Texans. Autos Drive America’s Texas state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Texas thanks to international automakers.

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