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Takata settles with injured drivers to exit bankruptcy


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Sure some victims find that sign very hypocritical indeed.

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those injured by lethally defective air bags

Not a native speaker but it doesn't sound right to me.

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Get ready for the Takata defenders to blame this on the US again, and say that Takata's admittance of wrong doing -- AGAIN -- is the fault of everyone else.

The company should not be saved, payouts or not.

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These guys are criminals they shouldn't be allowed to operate anymore.

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Unreal. Total shame.

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They should rebrand

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The "love and safety" is the tatemae and the honne would be "greed and selfishness."

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