Linda Rink, a senior scientist at Swedish company Autoliv in the late 1990s, which then supplied air bags to GM, holds a Takata air bag inflater.
Linda Rink, a senior scientist at Swedish company Autoliv in the late 1990s, which then supplied air bags to GM, holds a Takata air bag inflater. Rajah Bose The New York Times
Linda Rink, a senior scientist at Swedish company Autoliv in the late 1990s, which then supplied air bags to GM, holds a Takata air bag inflater. Rajah Bose The New York Times

A cheaper airbag, and Takata’s road to a deadly crisis

August 27, 2016 12:00 AM

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