In a blow to their reputation, almost all of the budget-priced Chinese cars sold in Australia are about to be recalled because they contain potentially deadly asbestos in engine and exhaust gaskets. Customs and Border Protection officers raised the alarm when they detected asbestos in imported spare parts. The recall will affect 21,500 vehicles from Great Wall and 2,250 units from Chery that have been delivered in Australia. The tainted parts will not be removed, but warning stickers ...

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