GM on possible Justice Department investigation: No comment

The automaker’s February recall of nearly 1.4 million vehicles made from 2003 to 2007 has brought on considerable scrutiny from the federal government, including a congressional committee.

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The preliminary inquiry by federal prosecutors in New York is focused on whether G.M., the nation’s largest automaker, failed to comply with laws requiring timely disclosure of vehicle defects. The prosecutors, one of the people said, are questioning whether G.M. misled federal regulators about the extent of the problems.

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