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VW will pay US$10.2b in emissions cheating case

Car owners to get between US$1,000 and US$7,000 per vehicle

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PAYBACK TIME: Exhaust system of a Volkswagen Passat diesel car. The firm has promised to fix the cars free of charge to keep them from spewing 40 times the legal limit of harmful nitrogen oxides.

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VOLKSWAGEN has agreed to pay US$10.2 billion to settle its US emissions scandal case, according to the Associated Press, citing two people briefed on the matter, in what would be one of the largest payouts by a carmaker in history.

The case stems from the carmaker's 2015

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