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General Motors on Thursday will release the results of its three-month internal investigation into the events leading up to this year’s recall of 2.6 million small cars with defective ignition switches.

The inquiry, conducted by Anton R. Valukas, a former United States attorney, is expected to name the people and departments within G.M. that he believes were responsible for the long delay leading up to the recall. Mr. Valukas may also recommend personnel changes or other corporate measures.

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