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There are 68 million Takata inflators already set to be recalled through 2019.
U.S. stock futures point higher on Monday and European shares rise as Wall Street posts a slight rebound to end last week.
More than 65% of the 46.2 million faulty airbags have not been repaired.
A Toyota executive says about 700,000 of the company's cars have been recalled because of Takata air-bag issues.
Ford's new president of Europe, Middle East and Africa discusses how the automaker has made progress in transforming its European operation, but it still has work to do.
GM's Global Head of Product Development Mark Ruess says the auto industry is working to find the root cause of the problem with some Takata airbag inflators.
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