UPDATE 3-Latest VW bill for emissions scandal unlikely to top 20 bln euros - source

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* VW supervisory board meets to approve U.S. deal * Shares rise as much as 4 percent to 16-month high * BREAKINGVIEWS-VW saved by its own US failures (Recasts with comments from sources) By Andreas Cremer BERLIN, Jan 11 (Reuters) - A settlement with the U.S. authorities over emissions test cheating will push up the cost for Volkswagen, but the bill is likely to remain below 20 billion euros ($21 billion), a source familiar with ...

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