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A day after issuing a scathing report on safety shortcomings, General Motors announced four more recalls, three of them involving air bags that may not deploy in a crash.

With the latest four, GM has now had 34 recalls so far this year that have involved 13.9 million vehicles in the U.S. CEO Mary Barra is pressing the company to carefully sort through any lingering questions about safety in its vehicles, an outgrowth of the ignition switch recall in Chevrolet Cobalts and other compact cars that are being blamed for 13 deaths.

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