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Volkswagen board members to discuss indictment of CEO: spokesman

Reuters Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Volkswagen's supervisory board said on Tuesday its executive committee would convene immediately to discuss the indictment of CEO Herbert Diess in relation to the carmaker's diesel emissions scandal.
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