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Tokyo: Toyota Motor Corp said on Thursday that it is recalling 1.73 million vehicles worldwide due to an airbag problem.
Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp spokesman Toyohiro Hishikawa said the company supplied the airbags related to the recalls.