WASHINGTON, Dec 21 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler Corp. will repair defective emission controls on nearly 1.5 million vehicles and pay a $1 million fine to settle allegations it violated federal environmental regulations, the government said on Wednesday. According to the settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Justice Department, DaimlerChrysler will spend an estimated $90 million to satisfy the agreement. The settlement covers claims the company failed to properly ...
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