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    BMW Takata Airbag Recall in U.S. Extended Nationwide  

    The German automaker tells federal regulators it will recall about 140,000 3-Series vehicles from the 2004 to 2006 model years equipped with potentially defective Takata airbags....More
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    FCA US Goes Global With Takata Airbag Recall  

    The former Chrysler Group will recall 3.3 million older cars with potentially dangerous defects in Takata-produced driver's-side airbags....More
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    Ford Recalling 502,000 Mustangs With Takata Airbags  

    The automaker is recalling 502,500 Mustangs and Ford GT sports cars sold outside the high-humidity areas that supplier Takata said could increase the chances of its airbag inflators to malfunction....More
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    Honda Recalling 500,000-Plus Cars in China With Takata Airbags  

    More than 85% of the 569,769 cars being recalled due to potentially defective airbags are Accord models built between May 2002 and December 2007 by the Japanese automaker's joint venture with Guangzhou Automobile Group....More
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    Takata Heightens Supplier Scrutiny Amid Airbag Crisis  

    Responding to a global recall of more than 20 million vehicles equipped with airbags that can explode, a defect blamed in five deaths, Takata is stepping up the pace of quality inspections at its key suppliers....More
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    Honda Expands Takata Airbag-Related Recall  

    The Japanese automaker is recalling about 400,000 vehicles globally in what it calls a precautionary measure to replace Takata-manufactured airbag inflators that may explode, a defect linked to five deaths....More
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    REFILE-Mazda expands recall for US cars with Takata passenger air bags  

    (Fixes verb tense in second paragraph.) DETROIT, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp said on Thursday it will expand to additional states its recall of vehicles with Takata Corp passenger-side air bags after U.S. regulators requested it. Mazda was among 10 automakers that began in June to conduct regional recalls of vehicles with passenger-side front-seat air bags supplied by Takata, at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration....More
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    Korean Suppliers to Plead Guilty in U.S. Bid-Rigging Case  

    The U.S. Justice Department says parts makers Continental Automotive Electronics and Continental Automotive Korea will pay a $4 million fine for rigging bids for parts sold to automakers Hyundai and Kia....More
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    BMW May Replace Takata Airbags in Older 3-Series Models  

    The German automaker is deciding whether to expand a recall of vehicles equipped with potentially deadly Takata airbags to include older-generation 3-Series models....More
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    Three Chinese Automakers Recall 559,882 Cars  

    Automakers Great Wall, Brilliance and Chery are recalling vehicles equipped with faulty fuel pumps made by one of German parts maker Robert Bosch's Chinese joint ventures....More
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    Chrysler to Replace Takata Airbag Inflators  

    The automaker has notified federal safety regulators that it will begin replacing potentially defective Takata airbag inflators in more than 371,000 U.S. vehicles in early December....More
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    NHTSA Probes Honda Handling of Takata Airbag Defects  

    The regulator is investigating whether Honda, one of 10 global automakers that have recalled millions of vehicles with defective Takata airbags, properly reported deaths or injuries in any of its vehicles equipped with the possibly faulty devices....More
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    Takata Still on Board as Honda Supplier, Exec Says  

    Senior Managing Officer Yoshihary Yamamoto, who also is Honda's R&D chief, says the automaker will continue doing business with Takata, although its defective airbags have prompted a recall affecting 5 million of its vehicles....More
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    Toyota Won't "Dump" Embattled Airbag Supplier Takata, Exec Says  

    Steve St. Angelo, head of the automaker's Latin American operations, says Toyota "is very big on helping a supplier on struggle points" - in Takata's case, potentially defective airbag inflators in millions of cars in the U.S....More
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    South Africa Probing Alleged Price-Fixing by Auto-Parts Suppliers  

    The country's Competition Commission cites information linking 82 parts makers colluding over prices for 121 different components since 2000....More
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    EU Antitrust Regulator Says Price-Fixing Crackdown to Continue  

    European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, who has fined auto-parts cartels more than €1 billion in the past year, says he will hand over "a long list of other investigations in this sector" to his successor when he leaves office next month....More
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    CORRECTED-Auto parts executives indicted in U.S. on price-fixing charges  

    (Corrects number of executives charged to three, not four, from Mitsubishi Electric, and four, not three, from Hitachi Automotive, in paragraphs two and three) DETROIT, Sept 18 (Reuters) - A federal grand jury in Detroit on Thursday indicted seven executives from two Japanese auto parts makers on charges of price fixing, the U.S. Department of Justice said....More
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