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Judge 'inclined' to approve Volkswagen settlement

The nearly $15 billion settlement would deliver buybacks or payouts for consumers.        
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(Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's diesel emissions settlement with U.S. regulators is valued at nearly $10.3 billion, a source briefed on the agreement said on Thursday. The settlement includes offers to buyback nearly 500,000 polluting U...

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