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Daimler AG unit settles U.S. Clean Air Act claims

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Detroit Diesel Corp, a unit of automaker Daimler AG, will spend $14.5 million to reduce pollutants and pay a $14 million civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the U.S. Clean Air Act, the Justice Department said on Thursday.
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