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    No Further Evidence of Cheating at VW, Exec Says  

    Herbert Diess, the automaker's top brand executive, says he has seen no evidence of wrongdoing at the automaker beyond the rigging of diesel-emissions tests and carbon-dioxide certifications....More
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    Brembo Chair Sees Limited Fallout From VW Scandal  

    Alberto Bombassei says the Volkswagen emissions scandal's impact on Italian suppliers could be "significant yet not dramatic" and the consequences for his company, which supplies brakes to Ferrari and Porsche, likely would be "modest."...More
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    VW to Put Car Fixes Ahead of Test-Fixing Probe  

    Repairing diesel cars rigged to produce false emissions-test results is a higher priority than investigating the origins of the scandal, says Juergen Stackmann, the VW brand's sales chief....More
  • Newswire

    Germany to Recheck 800,000 VW Cars' CO2 Levels  

    The Federal Motor Transport Authority will review carbon-dioxide emissions levels of not only the 800,000 cars VW admits equipping with software producing false test results, but also cars apparently not affected by the action....More
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    Only VW Linked to Emissions-Cheating Software, Report Says  

    The German magazine Wirtschaftwoche quotes California Air Resources Board chief Mary Nichols as saying only VW has been found to have used software producing deceptively low levels of emissions....More
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    WRAPUP 3-Germany to retest VW cars as scandal pushes Berlin to act  

    (Adds comments from California regulator in paragraphs 22-24) * Germany to gauge cars' genuine emissions levels * VW says it understated CO2 emissions, fuel usage * New revelations affect up to 800,000 cars in Europe * Shares fall 9.5 percent * VW halts U.S., Canadian sales of cars with 3.0 diesel V6 * Moody's lowers VW credit rating By Andreas Cremer and Caroline Copley...More
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    Volkswagen to Recall Vehicles Over Camshaft Defect  

    A notice to dealers from VW says it will recall certain vehicles with 1.8L and 2.0L gasoline engines in December because their camshaft lobes may break off, reducing engine and brake power....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 4-VW Says Fuel Usage Understated on Some Models; Porsche Warns  

    The latest findings that VW understated fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions, were disclosed as VW continues a broad review of its handling of all pollution-related issues....More
  • Newswire

    Automakers Knock New EU Emissions Rules  

    The ACEA automakers group warns the tough new standards will force the early phase-out of a "substantial number" of diesel cars and make it harder to achieve carbon-dioxide limits....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 2-VW India to submit emissions scandal report to government by end-Nov  

    * Volkswagen India evaluating impact of emissions scandal * Says will submit report on affected cars by end-Nov * Company spokesman says recall decision yet to be made * Testing agency submits investigation report to govt (Adds comments from Volkswagen India, vehicle testing agency) By Aditi Shah...More
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    VW Scandal Likely to Delay U.S. Launch of Mazda Diesel  

    The Japanese automaker likely will delay the launch of diesel-powered models in the U.S. until after 2016 as regulators tighten emissions and fuel-economy tests in the wake of the Volkswagen scandal....More
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    EU Member States Divided on Tougher Engine Tests  

    Efforts to agree on tougher emissions-testing rules in the wake of the Volkswagen cheating scandal have hit a snag as member states disagree on how high the bar should be raised....More
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    UPDATE 3-VW looking at whether more vehicles have cheat software  

    * VW says looking at earlier versions of EA 288 diesel engine * Says main EA 288 Euro 5 and 6 versions don't contain cheats * Has said up to 11 mln vehicles with EA 189 engine affected (Adds latest VW statement) By Andreas Cremer BERLIN, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Volkswagen is looking into whether more vehicles contain software capable of cheating diesel emissions tests, it said on Thursday, potentially increasing the cost and disruption of a scandal that has rocked Europe's biggest carmaker....More
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