India Panel Finds GM Responsible in Emissions Testing Case: Govt Source

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NEW DELHI, Oct 22 (Reuters) - An Indian government-appointed panel investigating General Motors Co's recall of 114,000 Tavera vehicles says the company flouted testing regulations, a senior government official who has seen the report said. "The report has pointed out that it is in the nature of corporate fraud," the government official, who declined to be named as the information is not public, told Reuters. "It says only the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) was ...

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