DoJ not done with Volkswagen probe, eyes further individuals

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FRANKFURT, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Further individuals could be charged in an ongoing investigation by U.S. authorities into Volkswagen's diesel emissions cheating, suggesting a settlement reached on Wednesday may not be the last chapter in the scandal. Volkswagen earlier agreed with the U.S. government to pay $4.3 billion in fines and penalties to resolve its diesel emissions troubles. In a separate statement, the United States Department of Justice said six ...

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