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The settlement should speed the process of resolving a global auto-safety crisis involving air-bag inflators that may deploy with too much force, breaking apart and sending shards of metal and plastic into the passenger compartment of vehicles. (Photo: 360b / Shutterstock.com)

(Bloomberg) — Air-bag maker Takata Corp. gave in to U.S. regulators on Tuesday, agreeing to what will be the largest automotive recall in history as investigators continue to search for the root cause of a defect that has killed at least six people.

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