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US: independent panel focusing on Takata’s airbag mishaps


A recently formed panel that was tasked to investigate Japan’s Takata Corp. has announced that it would primarily focus on the company’s manufacturing quality lapses. The leader of the audit, Samuel Skinner, a former US transportation secretary under President George H.W. Bush and later White House chief of staff, said that “Takata has an opportunity here to look at how they ...
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