A 2008 scandal involving tainted formula that killed six children and sickened more than 300,000 prompted Chinese consumers to shun local brands and created huge demand for foreign products, both those sold through normal channels and those...
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said fatal rear-impact fires caused the death of 44 people in the Cherokee and seven in the Liberty.
A company spokeswoman in Tokyo said a materials weakness was leading to cracks that allowed nitrogen gas to leak into the brake fluid, affecting the efficacy of the brakes.
Last week, New Delhi-based Ranbaxy pleaded guilty in the United States to charges of making and distributing adulterated drugs made at its two Indian plants of Paonta Sahib and Dewas, agreeing to a $500 million settlement.
Nearly 2,000 organizations from 22 countries provided input to the initial release of findings, which focused on the use of core quality practices.
Ranbaxy pleaded guilty to seven counts of felony after it distributed several India-produced adulterated generic drugs in the U.S. in 2005-2006.