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International Automakers in America (2018)

International automakers are driving the U.S. auto industry.

Whether it’s through investing in plants and equipment, creating new jobs, or building almost half of the cars in America, international automakers are helping build the U.S. economy. After growing annual production by 15% and investing more than $82 billion into U.S., the resurgence of the American auto industry is built on international automakers.

MISSISSIPPI ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

In 2017, international automakers generated 35,034 local jobs in the Magnolia State and directly employed 7,908 Mississippians. Without the operations and related activities of these automakers in the state, the unemployment rate in Mississippi would be 7.5% – much higher than the actual 4.7% rate. Mississippi is home to Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Mississippi and the Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant. Here For America’s Mississippi state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Mississippi thanks to international automakers.

TEXAS ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

Last year, international automakers built 266,719 vehicles in the Lone Star State, supporting 138,469 local jobs and directly employing 10,254 Texans. Here For America’s Texas state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Texas thanks to international automakers.

TENNESSEE ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

In 2017, international automakers built 742,622 vehicles in the Volunteer State, creating 131,509 local jobs in Tennessee and contributing $17.1 billion to Tennessee’s GSP in 2017. Here For America’s Tennessee state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Tennessee thanks to international automakers.

SOUTH CAROLINA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

Last year, international automakers created 70,457 local jobs in the Palmetto State, directly employing 10,928 South Carolinians. The state is home to BMW Manufacturing, Mercedes-Benz Vans, and a new Volvo Car USA plant. Here For 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.

OHIO ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

Home to Honda, Nissan, Subaru, and Toyota facilities, international automakers generated 194,425 total jobs in Ohio. Without their operations and related activities in the state, the unemployment rate in Ohio would be 7.8% – considerably higher than the official 4.5% rate. Ohioans and international automakers produced 610,756 vehicles in the Buckeye State in 2017. Here For America’s latest Ohio state economic impact report highlights the economic growth occurring across Ohio thanks in part to international automakers.

KENTUCKY ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

International automakers have created 77,662 local jobs in Kentucky. Last year alone, international automakers built 420,589 vehicles in the Bluegrass State and contributed $8.1 billion to Kentucky’s GDP in 2017. Here For America’s Kentucky state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Kentucky thanks to international automakers.

INDIANA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

International automakers invested a total of $6.9 billion in the Hoosier State in 2017. Their annual production in Indiana has more than doubled since 2009. In 2017 alone, Hoosiers built 1,026,240 vehicles across three facilities: Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, Subaru of Indiana Automotive, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana. Here For America’s Indiana state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Indiana thanks to international automakers.

GEORGIA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

International automakers have created 67,490 local jobs in Georgia, directly employing 5,212 Georgians. Without the operations and related activities of these automakers and auto dealers, the unemployment rate in Georgia would be 5.4% – far higher than the 4.1% official rate. Last year alone, Kia and its Georgian employees produced 291,981 vehicles in the Peach State. Here For America’s Georgia state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Georgia thanks to international automakers.

 

ALABAMA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2018)

Last year, international automakers produced 963,982 vehicles in the Yellowhammer State, accounting for 100% of their auto production. Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota all call Alabama “home” and together generated 86,184 jobs for Alabamans. Here For America’s latest Alabama state economic impact report highlights the economic growth occurring across Alabama thanks to international automakers.

THE REDEFINED AMERICAN AUTO INDUSTRY (2015)

International automakers operate 34 manufacturing facilities, 62 R&D facilities, 18 headquarters, and 9,251 dealership franchises in the United States. Our industry directly employs 123,000 Americans. Here For America’s Redefined American Auto Industry report highlights the major impact international automakers have had on the U.S. economy.

International Automakers in America (2016)

The growth of international automakers in the United States is an American success story.

It’s a story about American jobs and the profound impact of a $73 billion investment in the U.S. economy. It’s also a story about providing American consumers with an abundance of vehicle choices through innovative designs, advanced manufacturing processes, and transformative technologies.

International Automakers in America (2017)

The growth of international automakers in the United States is an American success story.

It’s a story about American jobs and the profound impact of a $75 billion investment in the U.S. economy. It’s also a story about providing American consumers with an abundance of vehicle choices through innovative designs, advanced manufacturing processes, and transformative technologies.