TOKYO, June 30 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's Japanese unit said on Wednesday it would recall about 121,300 Mercedes passenger cars in Japan due to suspected problems with the braking systems. About 31,600 of the cars are part of the automotive group's recall plans announced in May, when it said Mercedes was recalling some 680,000 passenger cars across the globe. The rest of the Japanese recall, about 89,700 cars, includes five types of Mercedes passenger vehicles imported between April ...
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