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Preety lenient

17 September 2015 By Kevin Allison

General Motors agreed to resolve a criminal case over faulty ignition switches with a $900 mln fine – far less than Toyota paid in 2014 for hiding defects that killed fewer drivers. And no GM employees will face charges. Both the carmaker and prosecutors have gotten off easy.

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