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Takata Successor Supplies Substandard Seat Belts

Takata Successor Supplies Substandard Seat Belts

   Tokyo, Oct. 14 (Jiji Press)--A company that took over businesses from failed Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. has been supplying seat belts that are not as strong as required in Japan, sources familiar with the matter said Wednesday.
   Substandard seat belts were shipped to automakers by a Japanese unit of Joyson Safety Systems, the U.S. auto parts maker that bought seat belt and other operations from Takata.

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