JAPAN ORDERS MAKER TO FIX QUESTIONABLE QUAKE SHOCK ABSORBERS

TOKYO (AP) — The Japanese government has ordered a company that falsified quality data for earthquake "shock absorbers" used in hundreds of buildings to speed up an investigation and fix any problems quickly.KYB Corp. said this...

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