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Road safety

World news about “Road safety” published by euronews.

18/06 22:23 CET

General Motors CEO grilled in Congress again over safety scandal

General Motors CEO grilled in Congress again over safety scandal

General Motors CEO Mary Barra was pressed on Capitol Hill for a second time on Wednesday to explain what steps it is taking to resolve a safety crisis that forced the carmaker to recall 20 million vehicles and also what it is doing to compensate for deaths and injuries related…