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Federal judge to consider Volkswagen’s $15 billion settlement

Federal judge to consider Volkswagen’s $15 billion settlement

A federal judge is scheduled to consider a $15 billion settlement offered by Volkswagen over its diesel emissions cheating scandal.U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer will consider the settlement case on Tuesday.

Volkswagen Agrees to Pay $14.7 Billion as Settlement in the U.S Related to Diesel Emissions Scandal

Volkswagen Agrees to Pay $14.7 Billion as Settlement in the U.S Related to Diese

In a new settlement, Volkswagen agreed to pay about $14.7 billion to settle claims which are connected to its diesel emissions scandal.

Martin Winterkorn and a Current VW Board Member Under Investigation by Prosecutor’s Office in Germany

Martin Winterkorn and a Current VW Board Member Under Investigation by Prosecuto

In a recent round of investigation related to the emission scandal of Volkswagen, ex-CEO Martin Winterkorn and a board member of the company is being probed by the prosecutor's office of Brunswick,

Volkswagen Executives all Set to Make Efforts in Winning Back American Customers

Volkswagen Executives all Set to Make Efforts in Winning Back American Customers

Sales figure of Volkswagen cars in the United States have gone for a toss since the time, the German automaker admitted of cheating on diesel emission tests in September.

U.S Justice Department Sues, German automaker Volkswagen, in Emissions Scandal

U.S Justice Department Sues, German automaker Volkswagen, in Emissions Scandal

On Monday, in a federal court, the Justice Department sued Volkswagen, the German automaker accusing it of installing illegal devices in close to 600,000 diesel engine systems in order to duck the emissions controls which in return increased air pollution that's harmful for the world.

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