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Japanese car maker welcomes finding that mechanical, not electronic, faults caused unintended acceleration.
Seven insurance companies file suits against giant Japanese carmaker for accidents they allege were due to design flaws.
A report by US authorities claims drivers, and not vehicles, to blame for accidents.
Decision involving 13,000 vehicles comes shortly after US slaps $16.4m fine on firm.
Toyota fined $16.4m after regulators say it covered up "dangerous defect" in its cars.
Top executives rally workers to regain consumer confidence in wake of recalls.
US officials probe reports some cars still accelerating unexpectedly despite fixes.
Transport watchdog begins investigation into car giant's handling of massive car recall.
Another 1.09 million cars added to recall over potentially faulty accelerator pedal.
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