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Volkswagen to pay $175 million to U.S. lawyers suing over emissions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG, in another step to move past its costly diesel emissions cheating scandal, has agreed to pay $175 million to U.S. lawyers suing the German automaker on behalf of the owners of 475,000 polluting vehicles, two people briefed on the agreement said on Friday.
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