VW rules out comment on Jones Day emissions inquiry

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BERLIN, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Volkswagen said it will not comment on the findings of U.S. law firm Jones Day's inquiry into the emissions scandal to avoid impeding ongoing investigations. Jones Day was mandated by Volkswagen's (VW) supervisory board shortly after the emissions cheating broke in September 2015 to pilot an external probe of the carmaker's manipulations. The law firm was due to conclude its investigations in the fourth quarter last year, with ...

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