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Canada: Emission Scandal Leads To Environmental Charge For Volkswagen - Devry Smith Frank LLP

Volkswagen's parent company was charged in an international emissions scandal that broke two years ago, and last Tuesday, Ontario Ministry of Environment investigators raided Volkswagen Group Canada's..
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VW takes new $3 billion hit over diesel emissions scandal

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen added provisions of around 2.5 billion euros ($3 billion) on Friday to the mounting total from its diesel emissions scandal, which has already cost the company around 20..
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News video: VW Loses $3 Billion More Over Emissions Scandal

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BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen (VOWG_p. DE) added provisions of around 2.5 billion euros ($3 billion) on Friday to the mounting total from its diesel emissions scandal, which has already cost the..
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News video: VW's Bill Reaches $30 Billion After Another Emissions Charge

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HAMBURG/BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen (VOWG_p. DE) is taking another $3 billion charge to fix diesel engines in the United States, lifting the total bill for its emissions test cheating scandal to..
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News video: Fiat Chrysler Discusses Settlement Over Emissions

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Fiat Chrysler is in settlement talks over its diesel emissions. the U.S. Justice Department sued Fiat Chrysler The care company is accused of illegally using software that led to excess emissions...
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News video: Angela Merkel opens Frankfurt Motor Show

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for action to be taken to repair the reputation of the country’s car industry. Scandal and crisis have marred the auto sector since Volkswagen admitted to..
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News video: Car industry must work hard to rebuild trust - Merkel

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the country's car industry must rebuild trust after the emissions scandal. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
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Audi takes lead in automated driving, but others wary to follow

Struggling to emerge from the shadow of parent Volkswagen`s diesel emissions scandal, Audi is badly in need of a new prestige model and a marketing coup. 
Zee News

Euro zone investor morale improves unexpectedly in Sept - survey

BERLIN (Reuters) - Investor sentiment in the euro zone improved unexpectedly in September as concerns about the potential impact of a widening car emissions scandal in Germany and the development
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VW brand chief vows to boost SUVs sales, U.S. market share

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee (Reuters) - A top executive of German automaker Volkswagen AG said Thursday the company expects to boost its sport-utility vehicle sales sharply by 2020 and will move to add..
Reuters India

U.S. judge rejects Wyoming's environmental lawsuit against Volkswagen

(Reuters) - A federal judge in California on Thursday rejected a lawsuit by Wyoming potentially seeking more than $1 billion in additional penalties for environmental damages linked by the state to..
Reuters India

German consumer group plans more compensation cases against VW

BERLIN (Reuters) - German consumer rights group myRight will appeal against an expected defeat on Thursday in its first case seeking compensation from Volkswagen over its emissions scandal and
Sify

Audi announces reshuffle of management board

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen's premium carmaker Audi announced its biggest management reshuffle in years on Monday as it seeks a fresh start in the aftermath of the diesel emissions scandal.
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Dieselgate: Volkswagen engineer sentenced to 40 months of imprisonment

Washington [USA], August 26 : Volkswagen engineer James Liang has been sentenced to 40 months of imprisonment and fined $200,000 for his role in the company's diesel emissions scandal.
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Volkswagen diesel emission scandal: Company engineer arrested, fined $2,00,000 for cover-up

A Volkswagen engineer who had a key role in the company's diesel emissions scandal was sentenced Friday to more than three years in prison and a USD 200,000 fine, a steeper punishment than prosecutors..
DNA

Former Volkswagen engineer gets 40 months in 'dieselgate' scandal

A US court on Friday sentenced a former Volkswagen engineer to nearly three and a half years in prison for his role in the companys emissions cheating scandal. James Robert Liang was sentenced to 40..
Deccan Herald

Austria, carmakers agree to update software of 600,000 diesel cars

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's Transport Minister Joerg Leichtfried said on Tuesday he had agreed with carmakers to update the software of 600,000 diesel cars to reduce pollution following a similar deal..
Reuters India

German investor morale plunges as emissions scandal bites

BERLIN (Reuters) - The mood among German investors fell for the third month running in August, a survey showed on Tuesday, linking the drop to an emissions scandal engulfing the country's car industry.
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Emissions scandal is a risk to German economy - ministry

BERLIN (Reuters) - The emissions scandal ensnaring German carmakers is a risk to Europe's largest economy, the Finance Ministry said on Monday, adding that it was impossible at the moment to
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