TOKYO -- Kobe Steel acknowledged Sunday that it fabricated data involving clients' quality specifications for aluminum and copper parts, with the affected products supplied to some 200 companies including Toyota Motor and Boeing.
The announcement comes just days after Nissan Motor said that unauthorized workers were doing final safety checks on its cars, and undermines the trust built over years toward "Made in Japan" quality.
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