TOKYO -- Takata's spectacular downward slide into bankruptcy is a complicated tragedy.
One of the major factors behind the biggest postwar bankruptcy of a Japanese manufacturer seems to be a lack of close cooperation between the supplier and its clients as well as among automakers responding to the complex technological problem.
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