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US indicts six as Volkswagen agrees to pay US$4.3b over diesel scandal

Automaker to spend up to US$22b in United States to address claims from owners, dealers, regulators and states
Friday, January 13, 2017 - 05:50

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Oliver Schmidt, one of the six charged, was a manager in charge of VW's environmental and engineering office in Michigan.

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VOLKSWAGEN AG has agreed to pay the largest US criminal fine levied on an automaker to settle charges that it conspired for nearly 10 years to cheat on diesel emission tests, while prosecutors on Wednesday charged six current and former senior VW executives for their roles in

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