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11/01/2017 Volkswagen agrees to $4.3 bn diesel-gate settlement

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Volkswagen pleads guilty to US charges over emissions cheating

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Volkswagen close to $4.3bn US settlement over emissions scandal

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Volkswagen to pay $4.3 billion in fines in the emission scandal

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Volkswagen pleads guilty, agrees to US$4.3 bil. settlement in U.S.

Volkswagen agreed to plead guilty to the emissions-cheating scandal and to pay $4.3 bn in penalties. 6 Volkswagen executives were charged. In 2015, the company admitted to installing secret software in hundreds of thousands of US diesel cars to cheat exhaust emissions tests and make them appear cleaner.
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