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Takata debacle puts GM’s mishaps under the shade


The year started off incredibly hard for General Motors, after a February recall that led to lawsuits, a total rethink of the approach on safety and a record number of recalls. It looks like it’s finishing worse, with a Japanese supplier making the US automaker look like an “angel” in comparison. The General Motors recall that should have been done at ...
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