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Volkswagen Agrees To $1.21 Billion In Payments To US Dealerships

As part of a settlement with US-based Volkswagen-brand car dealerships, Volkswagen AG has agreed to make a total of $1.21 billion in payments to 652 different dealerships, according to recent reports. The company confirmed the settlement plan details at the end of last week, bringing further resolution to the damaging scandal — which has resulted in [&hellip Volkswagen Agrees To $1.
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