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    CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Car emissions campaigners turn sights on Renault  

    (Corrects role of ICCT co-founder in 12th paragraph) * DUH says excess emissions levels detected in 5 separate tests * Renault contests the DUH body's findings * DUH calls for reform of European approval system By Andreas Cremer and Laurence Frost...More
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    Emissions Scandal Not Hurting Sales, VW Says  

    The automaker says it "cannot confirm" a report in a German newspaper that sales have collapsed since it admitted to understating carbon-dioxide-emissions levels in some cars....More
  • Newswire

    EC Gives VW Until Year's End to Provide CO2 Data  

    The European Union's executive branch turned down the automaker's request for extra time to provide information regarding "irregularities" in reporting carbon-dioxide emissions....More
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    CORRECTED-Volkswagen says 120,000 U.S. diesel owners will get gift cards, repairs  

    (Corrects headline to 120,000 from 120,00) Nov 18 (Reuters) - Volkswagen of America said on Wednesday that 120,000 owners of diesel cars that have violated U.S. emission standards will receive $500 gift cards and $500 toward vehicle repairs. Last week, Volkswagen said it was offering a $500 prepaid Visa gift card, a separate card good for $500 toward services at a VW dealerships and free 24-hour roadside assistance for three years. In total, that could mean at least $120 million in benefits to the participating owners....More
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    China's Geely Fixing Focus on Green-Car Development  

    The Chinese automaker says it wants "new-energy" vehicles, mainly battery-powered and hybrid cars, to account for 90% of its sales by 2020....More
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    U.K. Says VW Must Pay for Repeat Vehicle Tests  

    Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin says the automaker has been advised it will have to pay for new Vehicle Certification Agency tests to ensure VW cars conform to U.K. emissions standards....More
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    REFILE-UPDATE 1-VW says CO2 cheats affect more petrol engines than previously disclosed  

    (Refiles to add UPDATE 1 tag to headline) BERLIN, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Volkswagen manipulated the carbon dioxide (CO2) emission levels of more petrol-powered vehicles than previously disclosed, a spokesman for the carmaker said on Monday. VW said on Nov. 3 it had understated the level of CO2 emissions in about 800,000 cars sold mainly in Europe, and consequently their fuel usage....More

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