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Prosecutors charge former Audi CEO Stadler over his role in emissions scandal

Reuters Wednesday, 31 July 2019
Prosecutors have filed charges against former Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler, who is being investigated for his role in Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal, the public prosecutors office in Munich said on Wednesday.
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German prosecutors said on Wednesday they had filed charges against former Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler, who is being investigated over his role in Volkswagen's emissions test cheating scandal. Emer McCarthy reports.

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