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Picture: Markus Schreiber/African News Agency (ANA)
Picture: Markus Schreiber/African News Agency (ANA)

FILE PHOTO: Volkswagen sign is seen during the annual earnings news conference of VW in Berlin in Berlin. When Volkswagen AG’s Porsche brand agreed last week to pay $600 million to end a probe into rigged diesel engines, it highlighted the German auto giant’s struggles to move past the 2015 emissions-cheating scandal and provided fresh fodder for disgruntled shareholders.

INTERNATIONAL – When Volkswagen AG’s Porsche brand agreed last week to pay $600 million to end a probe into rigged diesel engines, it highlighted the German auto giant’s struggles to move past the 2015 emissions-cheating scandal and provided fresh fodder for disgruntled shareholders.

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