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Suzuki Seen Recalling 2 M. Vehicles as Inspection Scandal Widens

Suzuki Seen Recalling 2 M. Vehicles as Inspection Scandal Widens

   Tokyo, April 12 (Jiji Press)--Suzuki Motor Corp. <7269> President Toshihiro Suzuki said Friday that the Japanese automaker is now likely to recall about two million vehicles over its preshipment inspection scandal.
   The recall is likely to cost some 80 billion yen, he said at a press conference.

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