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    U.S. Regulators Study Failure of Takata Airbag in New VW  

    The NHTSA investigators have asked Takata and VW for information about a side airbag in a '15 Tiguan that ruptured in June, an incident apparently unrelated to defects in Takata airbag inflators....More
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    Potential Airbag Defect Prompts VW Recall  

    The automaker says it has received no reports of airbags failing to deploy because of the possible defect, but it nevertheless is recalling 420,000 VW Golf, Passat, Jetta and Tiguan models built between 2010 and 2014....More
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    Former Exec With Chinese Automaker FAW Ousted From Communist Party  

    Authorities with China's anti-corruption agency accuse Xu Jianyi, who headed one of the country's leading state-owned automakers, of embezzlement, accepting bribes and nepotism....More
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    The World According to Tesla 2

    If you work at Tesla, which is valued at about $25 billion and sells just one very good luxury car, the possibilities must seem limitless....More
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    Seatbelt Maker Takata Manages Q1 Net Profit  

    The supplier, whose potentially defective airbag inflators prompted a global recall of millions of vehicles, says the quarterly improvement resulted from higher sales in the U.S., India and Southeast Asia....More
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