General Motors chief executive Mary Barra
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GM boss 'deeply sorry' for ignition fault

The chief executive of General Motors has apologised for an ignition switch fault in some cars linked to at least a dozen deaths in road crashes.

Mary Barra was appearing in front of a US congressional hearing on Tuesday.

The car making giant has so far recalled 2.6m cars because of the defect.

Michelle Fleury reports.

  • 02 Apr 2014
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