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(Bloomberg) – General Motors Co. told a judge that claims in a $10 billion customer class-action over ignition flaws are “misleading” and should be dismissed.

The 68 named plaintiffs in the group lawsuit argue that the design defect and alleged concealment at the heart of the case are the responsibility of the new GM, which was born after a 2009 bankruptcy. Of those customers, the automaker argued, more than 44 own cars manufactured by the old GM, and they should be told to file claims with that company.

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