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Audi and VW sites raided in emissions probe

Published on Wednesday 15th of March 2017 03:32:14 PM in BBC

German prosecutors have raided Audi and VW sites as part of a probe into the manipulation of US emissions tests.Officers searched the Audi factory in Ingolstadt in Bavaria, and eight other locations, including parent company Volkswagen's headquarters in Wolfsburg.The searches were carried out in order to ...

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