UPDATE 1-NHTSA chief: GM did not share critical information with U.S. agency

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(Add Friedman quotes, background) WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration defended his agency's decision not to open a formal investigation into defective ignition switches in some General Motors cars and pointed a finger at the automaker for not sharing information with the agency. In testimony prepared for a congressional hearing on Tuesday, NHTSA acting Administrator David Friedman said: "GM had critical ...

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