EU Consumer Groups Press VW to Speed Dieselgate Repairs

BRUSSELS, Sept 7 (Reuters) - European national consumer bodies pressed Volkswagen to fix all emissions-cheating vehicles by the end of the year, in a joint letter on Thursday showing mounting impatience with the German carmakers response to the Dieselgate scandal. VW has pledged billion of dollars to compensate owners of its diesel cars in the United States, where it admitted to cheating emissions test in 2015. But it has so far rejected such calls for the 8.5 million affected vehicles in ...

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