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UPDATE 1-Takata plans to increase capital around Sept as recall costs mount-Kyodo

* Takata faces massive costs if responsible for faulty airbags (Adds comment from Honda, context to airbag recall)

'Hamburgers', 'hotdogs' and how air bag rivals are struggling to displace Takata

TOKYO Replacing potentially lethal Takata Corp air bags in a mass recall is more challenging and time-consuming than expected as rival parts suppliers struggle to make bag inflators that replicate the originals fitted by the Japanese firm.

'Hamburgers', 'hotdogs' and how air bag rivals are struggling to displace Takata

TOKYO Replacing potentially lethal Takata Corp air bags in a mass recall is more challenging and time-consuming than expected as rival parts suppliers struggle to make bag inflators that replicate the originals fitted by the Japanese firm.

UPDATE 1-'Hamburgers', 'hotdogs' and how air bag rivals are struggling to displace Takata

* Usual 2-3 year process being cut to a few months - exec (Adds comments from NHTSA in paras 19-22, Daicel)

'Hamburgers', 'hotdogs' and how air bag rivals are struggling to displace Takata

TOKYO, March 11 Replacing potentially lethal Takata Corp air bags in a mass recall is more challenging and time-consuming than expected as rival parts suppliers struggle to make bag inflators that replicate the originals fitted by the Japanese firm.

Japan's Daicel, Britain's BAE target helicopter airbags for U.S. Army: sources

TOKYO Japanese airbag component maker Daicel Corp and Britain's biggest defense firm BAE Systems are designing an airbag for military helicopters that they hope to sell to the U.S. Army, said three sources with knowledge of the proposal.

Japan's Daicel, Britain's BAE target helicopter airbags for U.S. Army-sources

TOKYO, Feb 16 Japanese airbag component maker Daicel Corp and Britain's biggest defence firm BAE Systems are designing an airbag for military helicopters that they hope to sell to the U.S. Army, said three sources with knowledge of the proposal.

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