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25/06 14:33 CET

Takata chief apologises for airbags fatal flaw

Takata chief apologises for airbags fatal flaw

The head of Takata has apologised for the eight deaths and more than 100 injuries due to a malfunction in its airbags. Takata admitted that faults in its airbags may cause them to deploy with too much force. More than 30 million vehicles have been recalled. Is your…