Dec 09, 2015

VW says CO2 emissions scandal not as bad as feared | Reuters

Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) understated carbon dioxide emissions on many fewer vehicles than initially feared, it said on Wednesday, providing some relief to the automaker as it battles a wider diesel emissions scandal affecting up to 11 million cars.

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