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Nissan reveals more misconduct in its final report on falsified data

Japanese automaker says 'extremely low awareness' of rules led to latest revelations

Nissan's scandals affected about 1,205 vehicles, spanning most of the automaker's models.

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor submitted the final report of its internal investigation to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism on Wednesday about a series of scandals that recently rocked the company, revealing additional misconduct uncovered since July.

The report concludes that the company's "extremely low awareness" of the importance of inspection standards and rules led to a pattern of misconduct.

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