Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates said investigators are looking at “multiple companies and multiple individuals” in the Volkswagen probe, but she did not identify any of them at a news conference to announce a settlement of up to $15.3 billion in the case involving VW diesel cars that cheated on emissions tests.
Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates said investigators are looking at “multiple companies and multiple individuals” in the Volkswagen probe, but she did not identify any of them at a news conference to announce a settlement of up to $15.3 billion in the case involving VW diesel cars that cheated on emissions tests. Markus Schreiber The Associated Press
Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates said investigators are looking at “multiple companies and multiple individuals” in the Volkswagen probe, but she did not identify any of them at a news conference to announce a settlement of up to $15.3 billion in the case involving VW diesel cars that cheated on emissions tests. Markus Schreiber The Associated Press

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