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3 Takata execs to plead guilty to U.S. price fixing charges

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DETROIT — Three midlevel executives of Japanese supplier Takata Corp. will each plead guilty to one felony charge of conspiracy to fix the price of seat belts in cars built in the United States for Japanese automakers, the U.S. Department of Justice said this week.

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