This file photo taken on Nov. 9, 2015 shows the logo of German car maker Volkswagen ( VW ) near a cranes of a construction site in Wolfsburg, on Nov. 9, 2015. / AFP / JOHN MACDOUGALL
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European governments are turning a blind eye to over-polluting cars, an NGO report said Monday, nine months after a scandal exposed emission test cheating by Volkswagen, Europe's biggest carmaker.Volkswagen in September admitted that it had illegally fitted special devices in 11 million diesel cars that allowed them to pass pollution tests they would have otherwise failed.The report said France and Germany each approved seven vehicles, all manufactured by their respective national industries.Germany in April said that 16 major car brands – ranging from France's Renault to Italy's Fiat to Japan's Nissan – showed up irregularities in their tests.
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