GM assumes mistake with recall in the United States

GM assumes mistake with recall in the United States

The process for identifying faults in cars and subsequent recall of General Motors in the United States, failed, said the executive president, Mary Barra, on Monday, in a video to employees at the country's largest carmaker related problem ignition system of some models has caused 12 confirmed deaths and generated internal changes in the company.

"Unfortunately something went wrong with our process at this stage and terrible things have happened," said Barra to GM employees in a video posted on the Internet, adding information after already publicly apologized for the mistake of the company to identify and fix problems more advance.

In the search for this type of error does not recur, Barra said that the procedure would be changed and as a result, has announced three recalls that could affect more than 1.5 million vehicles in the United States. The problem with the firing of GM cars and its delayed recall resulted in civil and criminal, as well as an internal investigation at the company and congressional hearing, since the delay in recognizing and resolving the issue still raises many questions.

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