FRANKFURT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Accounting firm KPMG's independent audit into a corruption affair that hit Volkswagen this summer is nearly completed, Europe's largest carmaker said on Friday. "According to details from the auditors, roughly 85 percent of the evidence relating to the investigation has been processed," the company said in a statement without being more specific. VW says it expects KPMG to submit its final report in November.
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