US: Japanese seatbelt maker ordered to pay $17m to crash victim
A jury in Hawaii has ordered Japanese seatbelt maker Takata to pay about $US17m in damages to a man left paraplegic from a car accident as the company's product failed to protect him, a local newspaper reported, according to Kyodo News.
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