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Germany fines Volkswagen $1.2 billion for diesel scandal

CNNMoney Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Prosecutors in Germany have imposed a $1.2 billion fine on Volkswagen over the company's diesel scandal.
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The ordeal cost the company more than $30 billion already.

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