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June 18, 2014 11:52 AM

GM’s recalls of 20 million cars signals “sea change;” will it last?

_ The scandal over General Motors’ years-long failure to recall Chevy Cobalts and five other models with ignition switch defects, now blamed for at least 13 fatalities, has helped create “a sea change” in the auto industry – at least for now, a leading industry watchdog said Tuesday.

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