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Nissan has suspended production of Japan-market vehicles for two weeks after it concedes uncertified workers kept inspecting cars after earlier recall.
Global automakers and suppliers are scrambling to learn how much trouble they face after the revelation that Kobe Steel falsified inspection data on metals they used.
Nissan recalls every passenger vehicle it has sold in Japan over the past three years, thanks to an administrative gaffe.
Honda's redesigned N-Box minicar touts an improved powertrain and driver assist safety technologies to hang on to its title as Japan's No.1 minicar .
Subaru's quarterly profit rose 18 percent on booming U.S. demand for crossovers.
Takata filed for bankruptcy protection, saying it would sell most of it assets to Key Safety for C $1.7 billion (US $1.59 billion). The supplier is at the center of the industry's biggest ever recall for faulty airbags.
Subaru's new safety technologies came in response to a very Japanese problem: Vehicle accidents involving pedestrians and seniors are more common in Japan than elsewhere.
Takata filed for bankruptcy protection, saying it would sell most of it assets to Key Safety for $1.59 billion. The supplier is at the center of the industry's biggest ever recall for faulty airbags.
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