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US auto safety agency plans more aggressive enforcement after GM recall

Regulators admit shortfalls in probe of automaker's ignition switch defect

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Mr Rosekind has announced a new team of outside experts to advise NHTSA on implementing reforms

Washington

US AUTO regulators, acknowledging shortfalls in their probe of a deadly General Motors Co (GM) ignition switch defect, have unveiled plans for more aggressive enforcement against future car safety problems.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said

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