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Carmakers agree to install automatic braking systems but no timeline set yet

Detroit

FEDERAL regulators said Friday that 10 automakers had agreed to install automatic braking systems, which use sensors to detect potential collisions, as standard equipment in new vehicles.

But the automakers have not set a timetable for the introduction of the systems, and

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