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Volkswagen’s CEO meets with the EPA today following his faux pas comments

Volkswagen shares have risen ahead of a crucial meeting on Wednesday. Today is the day when CEO Matthias Mueller will try to persuade US authorities to accept a fix for hundreds of thousands of cars rigged to cheat diesel emissions tests. His company believes a specialized catalytic converter can be fitted to most affected US […] The post Volkswagen’s CEO meets with the EPA today following his faux pas comments appeared first on Business Pundit.
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