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Subaru admits to more data cheating

CEO says the problem is contained but will step down in June

Subaru is in a tight race with Mazda for Japan's fourth-largest automaker by revenue.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Subaru said on Tuesday that employees improperly recorded fuel economy and emissions data in Japan for nearly twice as many vehicles as initially reported, prompting the chief executive to relinquish his title and representative rights.

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