Suzuki Is Recalling 2 Million Cars After Cheating on Safety Tests

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By Theron Mohamed

Suzuki plans to recall around 2 million vehicles after cheating on safety tests, filing false fuel-efficiency reports, and failing to conduct proper inspections.
Japan’s third-biggest car company expects to book a one-off loss of ¥80 billion ($700 million), a big chunk of its projected net income of ¥220 billion ($2 billion) for the year ended March 31.
Suzuki investigated its factories and found evidence of faulty brake checks, data tampering, and inspections being conducted by

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