Japanese firm falsified data on earthquake protection equipment

The 634-metre high Tokyo Skytree is one of the buildings where KYB shock absorbers have been installed, according to Japanese media. Photograph: Aflo / Rex Features A Japanese hydraulics firm has admi…
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