Volkswagen to pay $4.3Bn in US over emissions case

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The US Attorney General says German carmaker, Volkswagen, has agreed to plead guilty in connection with its emission scandal.
Lynch added that Volkswagen also agreed to take specific measures to prevent future violations. The US Attorney General announced the indictment of the company’s six former high-level executives. According to Lynch, these people abused their positions at the company during a nearly-one-decade quote-conspiracy. Meanwhile, Volkswagen said in a statement that it deeply regrets the behavior that gave rise to the crisis and pledge to continue changes in its operation. It was revealed in 20-15 that Volkswagen had cheated pollution emissions tests. Volkswagen had equipped its products with software that concealed the true amount of pollutants that the car produced.

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