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29/09 13:52 CET

US regulators hint at more Takata airbag recalls

US regulators hint at more Takata airbag recalls

US regulators say there could be more recalls of airbags made by the Japanese firm Takata. They are said to have contacted seven carmakers seeking information. So far driver and passenger airbag inflaters have been recalled on nearly 20 million American vehicles sold by 11…