Kobe Steel President and CEO Hiroya Kawasaki reacts as he listens a questions during a press conference in Tokyo, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. Steel maker Kobe Steel apologized Thursday after finding wider problems, dating back to 2011, with faked inspections data for metals used in many products, including cars, bullet trains, aircraft and appliances.
Kobe Steel President and CEO Hiroya Kawasaki reacts as he listens a questions during a press conference in Tokyo, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. Steel maker Kobe Steel apologized Thursday after finding wider problems, dating back to 2011, with faked inspections data for metals used in many products, including cars, bullet trains, aircraft and appliances. Koji Sasahara AP Photo
Kobe Steel President and CEO Hiroya Kawasaki reacts as he listens a questions during a press conference in Tokyo, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. Steel maker Kobe Steel apologized Thursday after finding wider problems, dating back to 2011, with faked inspections data for metals used in many products, including cars, bullet trains, aircraft and appliances. Koji Sasahara AP Photo

Kobe Steel announces more cases of faked inspections data

October 13, 2017 6:36 AM

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