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Takata exec due back in hot seat before US lawmakers

A crash-test dummy at Takata's crash-testing facility in Auburn Hills, MichiganThe US House of Representatives has called a senior Takata executive back to Washington for a new hearing over the company's faulty airbags tied to several deaths and hundreds of injuries. Hiroshi Shimizu, Takata's senior vice president for global quality assurance, has been asked to testify on December 3, the House Energy and Commerce Committee said Tuesday. Also called to testify are a top official of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has urged a nationwide recall of vehicles with certain Takata-made driver's seat airbags, and representatives from Honda, Toyota and BMW. Takata is accused of knowing for years that its airbags can deploy with excessive explosive power and send shrapnel into a car's passengers, without making them public.














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