LONDON – Two years after its launch, the European Union’s RAPEX system for quickly alerting authorities and consumers to vehicle and other product-safety problems finally is winning acceptance by the region’s automotive industry. RAPEX, introduced under the EU’s general product safety directive, serves as a single rapid-alert system to enable details of a dangerous product to be disseminated throughout all 25-member states without delay. The EU directive says manufacturers and ...

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