TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp. denies charges of violating U.S. emission control laws and chooses to fight a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Dept. on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency. The lawsuit could result in as much as US$60 billion in fines for Toyota, as well as a potential recall of 2.2 million late-model vehicles. Toyota previously rejected a Federal settlement offer that included a fine of US$75 per car, adding up to more than US$150 million. Japan’s No.1 automaker, ...

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