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    UPDATE 2-General Motors issues 3 new recalls, cites ignition systems  

    (New throughout, adds background on recalls in 2014) By Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK, Jan 1 (Reuters) - General Motors Co began the new year by announcing three new vehicle recalls on Thursday, as the ignition switch crisis continued to dog the automaker after millions of vehicles were recalled in 2014....More
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    Chinese Automakers Recalling 300,000-Plus Cars  

    Regulators say the vehicles have a fuel pump defect that could cause oil leaks....More
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    Germany plans electric car motorway charging stations - document  

    A Transport Ministry document indicates the government plans to expand its nationwide network of quick-charging stations in hopes of boosting demand for electric vehicles, of which only 24,000 are on German roads....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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    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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    GM Receives 104 New Compensation Claims for Ignition Defect  

    The automaker now has received 2,430 claims for compensation for deaths, critical injuries or less-serious injuries allegedly resulting from defective ignition switches in its cars....More

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