Russia's standards agency informed about recall of 55,590 Honda cars
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian standards agency Rosstandart said on Monday it had been informed about a voluntary recall by Honda's <7267.T> Russian subsidiary of 55,590 Honda CR-V, Accord and Jazz cars.
The recall is due to a fault with the cars' air bags, the agency said.
(Reporting by Polina Devitt; editing by Alexander Winning)
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