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Nissan Motor Co. is to recall 4,700 cars in South Korea, the country’s transport ministry said Wednesday. The recall will affect the Altima and two other models.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said a device that detects a person sitting in the front passenger seat is defective, warning that it may prevent the air bag deploying in an accident.

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