South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission is ordering the country’s three largest domestic auto makers to offer customers a passenger airbag as a single purchase option, rather than be bundled with expensive optional features. The order includes Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., Kia Motors Corp. and GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. The FTC says it is working with Korea’s Land Ministry to develop regulations that will require a passenger airbag to be standard equipment on all vehicles. Hyundai, Kia ...

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