UPDATE 1-Michelin's BFGoodrich recalls 46,000 U.S. tires


(Adds details on nature of tire problem and scope of recall) CHICAGO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - BFGoodrich Tires, owned by French-based Michelin , said on Thursday it is recalling 46,000 passenger and light-truck tires in the United States for a condition that could possibly result in steel belt separation. BFGoodrich, based in Greenville, South Carolina, said there have been no accidents or injuries reported to date and no property damage claims filed. The company said its decision was ...

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