Takata hid findings, ex-worker testifies Takata altered its test data to hide the failures from Honda and a senior executive ordered evidence be discarded, the New York Times reports.
Source: The New York Times
| By: Hiroko Tabuchi and Danielle Ivory
UPDATE 1-Argentina scraps mining export taxes as part of free market push BUENOS AIRES, Feb 12- Argentina's new president has revoked the 5 percent tax that the previous administration collected on mining exports, state news agency Telam reported on Friday, as part of the country's two-month old push toward open markets. "Today end the taxes on mining exports," Mauricio Macri, inaugurated in December after winning office on a...
Morocco allows Ikea to open after Sahara diplomatic flap PARIS— Moroccan authorities have given furniture giant Ikea the green light to open its first store in the North African kingdom after months of uncertainty. The store was due to open near Casablanca in September, but received a last-minute notice saying the company lacked the proper certificate of conformity. The Moroccan government then announced a...
Source: The Associated Press