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US: GM, accused of endangering the public, gets sued by the state of Arizona


While General Motors seems eager to put the record number of recalls behind it, the ignition switch debacle continues to haunt the company – with the first lawsuit opened by a US state announced recently. The US state of Arizona has filed the lawsuit in relation to the slew of recalls linked to a faulty ignition switch, publicly accusing the No. ...
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