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Subaru President Yasuyuki Yoshinaga announces a new sports car with advanced safety technology at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center on Oct. 25.

Subaru, too, let unqualified workers inspect cars

Internal probe uncovers impropriety similar to Nissan's

| Japan

TOKYO -- Subaru let uncertified workers in Japan inspect vehicles prior to shipment, as was the case with Nissan Motor, an internal investigation has found.

The company will submit its report on inspection practices by the end of the month.

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