Takata Hit With $200 Million Fine, Loses Honda As Biggest Client, Stops Using Ammonium Nitrate

Takata logo (photo by Flickr user jo.schz)After years of investigations and a confusing patchwork of recalls to replace its fatally flawed airbags, Takata has finally buckled. The Japanese parts supplier has agreed to pay a $ 200 million fine, to redesign its airbags, and to recall all of those devices that use ammonium nitrate unless it can prove they’re safe for consumers. It’s part of a…
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