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EU initiates legal action against 7 member countries for failing to act on diesel emissions

According to a Reuters report, legal action was initiated by the European Union (EU) on Thursday against seven member countries for their failure to act adequately on diesel emission after Volkswagen (VW)’s diesel emissions-cheating scandal.

The member seven countries that have been taken to task by the EU for allegedly insufficient oversight of the emissions-testing process for new vehicles are: Germany, the U.K., Spain, Luxembourg, Greece, Lithuania, and the Czech Republic.

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CARB rejects VW’s recall proposal for 85,000 diesel vehicles

The vehicle recall proposal submitted by German automaker Volkswagen AG (VW) for 85,000 diesel-powered vehicles affected by the emissions-cheating scandal has been rejected by the California Air Resources Board
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Matthias Mueller: VW will not replicate US diesel settlement in Europe

In a recent report, German newspaper Welt am Sonntag has revealed that Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller has made it clear that the historic $15 billion settlement of the automaker’s diesel-emission scandal in the US will not be replicated in Europe.

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VW to pay $15.3 billion to settle US diesel emissions scandal

According to a joint announcement made by the US Department of Justice, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Trade Commission, and the state of California on Tuesday, German automaker Volkswagen (VW) has agreed to a $15.3 billion settlement package to settle the US diesel emissions cheating scandal which has plagued the company since September 2015.

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FTC files complaint against VW over deceptive ‘Clean Diesel’ ads

On Tuesday, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a complaint in federal court, accusing German automaker Volkswagen (VW) of repeatedly making false claims in its ‘Clean Diesel’ ads.

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Michael Horn, VW’s President and CEO in US, steps down

On Wednesday, German automaker Volkswagen AG (VW) announced the sudden departure of its top executive in the US — Michael Horn, the President and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America.

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CR suspends its "recommended" rating for two VW diesel cars

In a statement posted online on Saturday, Consumer Reports (CR) has revealed that it has pulled its endorsement of two diesel vehicles manufactured by Volkswagen (VW) — the VW Jetta diesel and the VW Passat diesel.

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Volkswagen AG Plans to Invest $7 Billion over Next Five Years in North America

Nearly $7 billion investment has been planned German automaker Volkswagen AG over the next five years in North America. The investment plan has been announced to increase its sales in the U.S. car market with focus on SUV market.

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