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Takata settles with injured drivers to exit bankruptcy

Takata Corp's U.S. unit has reached a settlement with representatives of those injured by lethally defective air bags, paving the way for the company to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy.        
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Takata reached a settlement with those injured by defective air bags, which helps the company to exit bankruptcy.


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