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Accusations in GM Scandal Trickle Down the Supply Chain

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Eldredge   5/16/2014 6:34:41 PM

"When you are involved with any component, especially for cars, the key issue is achieving transparency and taking responsibility for things when they go wrong."

This is particularly true when the component in question is itself a safety device that, according to the description, does not appear to be operating in acordance with the original design requirements.

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