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Volkswagen agrees to $4.3 billion U.S. diesel settlement Jan 11, 2017
 
<p><a href="http://news.yahoo.com/epa-justice-department-plan-news-conference-volkswagen-145305647--finance.html"><img src="http://l3.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/Ke.og4z971mBM2onmKD6VQ--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3NfbGVnbztmaT1maWxsO2g9ODY7cT03NTt3PTEzMA--/http://media.zenfs.com/en_us/News/Reuters/2017-01-11T163845Z_1_LYNXMPED0A14Y_RTROPTP_2_VOLKSWAGEN-SPENDING.JPG" width="130" height="86" alt="Volkswagen logo is pictured at the newly opened Volkswagen factory in Wrzesnia" align="left" title="Volkswagen logo is pictured at the newly opened Volkswagen factory in Wrzesnia" border="0" /></a>By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG has agreed to a $4.3 billion settlement to resolve the U.S. government's civil and criminal investigations into the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating, according to documents made public Wednesday. Prosecutors also charged six Volkswagen executives and employees, for their roles in the nearly 10-year conspiracy, including Oliver Schmidt, who was a manager in charge of VW's environmental and engineering office in Michigan. On Monday, Schmidt was accused of conspiracy to defraud the United States over the company's emissions cheating and the automaker was charged with concealing the cheating from regulators.</p><br clear="all"/>
 
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