Global automakers may face another potentially huge airbag recall as top U.S. auto safety regulator evaluates the long-term safety of inflators made by bankrupt supplier Takata.

The manufacturing entity left after the supplier’s implosion faces a Dec. 31 deadline to show the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that as many as 100 million inflators containing a chemical drying agent will be safe long-term.

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Another 100 Million Takata Airbags Poised To Be Recalled

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