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U.S. Pondering a Criminal Fine that Stops Just Short of Killing Volkswagen: Report

How much can we chop away while keeping the body alive? The U.S. Justice Department’s plans for Volkswagen’s criminal fine is like a horror movie, only with corporate finances playing the role of a writhing human subject. According to two sources close to the negotiations, the DOJ wants to extract as much monetary lifeblood from […] The post U.S. Pondering a Criminal Fine that Stops Just Short of Killing Volkswagen: Report appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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