By Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Tim Reid March 17 (Reuters) - General Motors dealers are frustrated the automaker is not telling them more about the recall of 1.6 million cars after a string of deadly accidents, and many say a delay of several weeks before a fix is ready is bad for business. The company has said that 12 people have died in accidents related to an ignition switch problem, first observed by GM more than a decade ago, and the long road to a recall has raised questions about whether ...
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