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South Korea to fine BMW $10 million over engine fires

By DW
24 December 2018   |   12:41 pm
BMW has recalled millions of cars worldwide with a faulty exhaust gas recirculation cooler. South Korea's Transport Ministry accuses the automaker of dragging its feet on the recall.

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