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  1. Volkswagen News Blog
    On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency announced it had approved a fix for the remaining 38,000 Volkswagen Group vehicles equipped with emissions-cheating 3.0-liter diesel engines. That’s potentially very good news for Volkswagen, as it’s a decision that could save the company a...
  2. Volkswagen News Blog
    A German regional court ruled that a raid of a law firm associated with Volkswagen conducted by German prosecutors in March was legal, despite objections from the automaker. The complaint centered around a raid of US law firm Jones Day’s offices . Prosecutors conducted the raid in the wake of...
  3. Volkswagen News Blog
    Volkswagen and the TDI Plaintiff’s Steering Committee were in court today for another status conference following the agreement in principal reached earlier this week. Little new information was given at the conference held before Judge Charles Breyer today, but the court ordered the parties to...
  4. Volkswagen News Blog
    South Korean officials say they are filing a criminal complaint against Volkswagen’s Korean wing fine the company the equivalent of $37 million for false advertising in the wake of the emissions scandal that rocked the automaker. The fine sets a new record in false advertising cases in South...
  5. Volkswagen News Blog
    The California regulator that played an important part in uncovering Volkswagen Group’s emissions cheating plot detailed a list of options on how the automaker will be required to spend the $800 million penance by advancing green tech and nonpolluting cars. On Thursday, the CARB said...
  6. Volkswagen News Blog
    A court hearing scheduled for today, to discuss the settlement between Volkswagen and owners of 3.0-liter TDIs has been delayed. US district Judge Charles Breyer wrote in a court order that the delay could allow VW, regulators, and lawyers representing 3.0-liter TDI owners to work out  the final...
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