FILE In this May 13, 2014 file picture then Volkswagen CEO , Martin Winterkorn, stands next to a VW car at the annual shareholder meeting in Hannover, Germany. German prosecutors said Monday June 20, 2016. ( Julian Stratenschulte/dpa via AP,file)
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German financial watchdog Bafin filed a complaint with prosecutors against the entire former board of Volkswagen over possible market manipulation linked to the car maker's emissions scandal, a person familiar with the legal proceedings said on Tuesday.German prosecutors in Braunschweig on Monday said they had launched a probe against only two of those board members -- former VW Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn and another unnamed executive.Five sources told Reuters that the second executive under investigation by prosecutors was the head of the core VW brand, Herbert Diess.
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