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German prosecutors charge 6 VW staffers over diesel 'fraud'

Energy Daily Wednesday, 15 January 2020
German prosecutors charge 6 VW staffers over diesel 'fraud'Frankfurt Am Main (AFP) Jan 14, 2020

German prosecutors on Tuesday said they had charged three Volkswagen managers and three employees with fraud as part of their investigation into the massive "dieselgate" emissions cheating scandal. Brunswick prosecutors accuse the six of knowingly duping customers in Europe and the United States into buying diesel cars rigged with "illegal software" to make them seem less polluting than they
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