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Ford Motor Co. (F) agreed to pay $17.4 million, the largest penalty the U.S. auto-safety regulator can impose, for delaying recalls involving unintended acceleration.

The June 28 agreement, announced today by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, involves Ford Escape SUVs the automaker recalled last year after a fatal crash in Arizona. 

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