Subaru Admits Inspection Failings, in Another Blow to Japan’s Carmakers

“The checks are a formality, and it would not be an exaggeration to say they require no special know-how,” Hisao Inoue, a veteran Japanese automotive journalist, wrote on the website of the magazine Gendai Business after the initial admission by Nissa
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