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GM’s ignition switch death toll at 29


Yesterday the program designed to compensate the victims of accidents linked to GM’ ignition switch defect issued its weekly update, in which the fatalities toll has risen again, to 29. The office of Kenneth Feinberg has issued the report, the outside lawyer entrusted by GM to oversee the compensation fund. A former US attorney, Feinberg is famous for running several other ...
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GM sees China as critical market for intelligent autos
The US automaker counts the Asian country as its largest single auto market, so there’s no surprise the company plans to bring the latest technology to China, aiming to further ...
GM ignition death toll rises to 27
While the company itself only linked 13 fatalities to the scandalous recall of 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches, the fund set for the compensation of victims has ...
Recall roundup: GM vehicles for chassis control module manufacturing defect
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The North American based automotive giant General Motors has recently issued yet another recall, this time for its compressed natural gas powered vans, due to a potential fire risk. If you ...
US: federal regulators under scrutiny for GM recall role
The auto safety regulators have been confronted by US legislators in the latest Senate hearing involving the recall of 2.6 million GM cars equipped with defective ignition switches. General Motors has ...
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GM top executive confirms Cadillac flagship plans
The global product development chief of the No.1 US automaker – Mark Reuss – has finally put to rest ongoing speculation about Cadillac’s move to bring a new top of ...

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