(FILES) This file photo taken on October 21, 2015 shows employees of German car maker Volkswagen check cars at a assembly line of the VW plant in Wolfsburg, central Germany. AFP / ODD ANDERSEN
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The California Air Resources Board rejected Tuesday Volkswagen's recall plan for diesel cars equipped with emissions cheat devices, and the federal Environmental Protection Agency agreed the plan was not acceptable.The EPA, itself awaiting VW's formal proposals, backed the California regulator.The issue, which extends to 11 million VW, Audi and Porsche 2.0 and 3.0 liter diesel cars worldwide, has severely damaged Volkswagen's reputation and spawned a host of investigations in several countries.CARB also issued an official notice of violation to Volkswagen formally outlining the ways its cars broke California laws and listing some of the fines it could be facing.
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