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    Japanese Regulators May Hike Supplier Oversight in Wake of Takata Recalls  

    The comments by Japan's transport minister indicate possible changes to laws that prevent regulators from directly investigating supplier problems....More
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    Magna Predicting Decrease in 2015 Revenue  

    The Canadian supplier and contract assembler's prediction of $34.4 billion to $36.1 billion in total revenue falls short of analysts' expectation of $37.7 billion....More
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    Continental Predicts 5% Sales Uptick in 2015  

    The German automotive supplier says a 5% improvement on 2014 sales of 34.5 billion euros would allow it to maintain a double-digit operating-profit margin....More
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    Lessons From the Takata Airbag Disaster 1

    Automakers and suppliers must notify NHTSA about a problem immediately. Second, politicians and regulators need to adopt a more cooperative approach....More
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    Takata President Steps Down Amid Global Airbag Crisis  

    Shigehisa Takada, a grandson of the company's founder, will succeed Stefan Stocker as president....More
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    Faurecia to Appeal Fine for Leaking Financial Info  

    French regulators fined the auto-parts manufacturer 100,000 euros for allegedly sharing financial information with stock analysts in 2012....More
  • Newswire

    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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    Mazda to Investigate Takata Airbags in 52,000 Cars in Japan  

    The automaker is recalling Atenza and RX-8 models made between 2004 and 2008 to investigate potential defects in Takata airbags that have prompted the recall of nearly 20 million cars globally....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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