Shanghai GM and other foreign auto makers in China say they are not using defective tires supplied by the Kumho Tires plant in Tianjin, which is under investigation by a Chinese government agency for producing substandard products. Kumho senior official Lee Han-seop, who heads the Korean tire company’s Chinese operations, appeared on a government TV station this week to formally apologize to the public for the problems at the plant. He says Kumho is recalling all suspect tires produced ...

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