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    After the withdrawal of 100 million cars .. Takata declares bankruptcy

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    After the withdrawal of 100 million cars .. Takata declares bankruptcy Empty After the withdrawal of 100 million cars .. Takata declares bankruptcy

    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Jun 2017, 5:43 am

    After the withdrawal of 100 million cars .. Takata declares bankruptcy


    26/06/2017


    Takata Japanese company announced car manufacturing equipment Monday for bankruptcy, following a global campaign to pull the air bags, which are manufactured, as arranged by heavy debts.

    And installed dozens of international companies Takata products in its vehicles.

    A spokesman for the company said at the end of a meeting of the Board of Directors "announced Avlassna the court in Tokyo and in the United States at."

    The group explained in a statement that it has reached an agreement to sell its activities to the company "to Sivca Systems" for the US automotive equipment, for around $ 1.6 billion.

    For its part, the US company announced in a statement that it will buy the main part of Takata activities, "with the exception of some assets associated with dual security operations", which caused a bug where the deaths of at least 16 people and wounding 180 others in the United States and the rest of the world.

    She said the process will produce "equipped with a first-class employs about 60 thousand people in 23 countries", promising to retain Takata employees and factories in Japan.

    And leave the Japanese company left behind debts of more than nine billion dollars, according to the Nikkei newspaper, what would be the largest industrial bankruptcy of the company in Japan during the post-war period.


    It faced the company, which was founded 80 years ago, the scandal caused by a defect in the airbag led to the withdrawal of about 100 million cars in the world. Sa
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    After the withdrawal of 100 million cars .. Takata declares bankruptcy Empty The biggest bankruptcy of Japan's auto industry in 72 years

    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Jun 2017, 5:47 am

    The biggest bankruptcy of Japan's auto industry in 72 years


    Date of release: 2017/6/26


    Japan's Takata Motor Manufacturing Co., a state-owned company, announced Monday that it was bankrupt following a global campaign to pull out its airbags.
    Dozens of international companies are making Takata products in their cars.
    "We declared bankruptcy in a court in Tokyo and in the United States at the same time," a company spokesman said at the end of a board meeting.
    The group said in a statement it had reached an agreement to sell its activities to US company Key Safety Systems for $ 1.6 billion.
    The US company said in a statement it would buy the main part of Takata's operations, "with the exception of some assets and operations associated with safety cushions," in which at least 16 people were killed and 180 injured in the United States and the rest of the world.
    The operation will produce "a first-class facility employing about 60,000 people in 23 countries," she said, promising to keep Takata's staff and factories in Japan.
    The Japanese company is leaving behind debts of more than $ 9 billion, according to the Nikkei newspaper, which will be the largest bankruptcy of an industrial company in Japan during the post-war period.
    The company, which was founded 80 years ago, faced a scandal over a defect in airbags that led to the withdrawal of about 100 million cars in the world.


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