New Volkswagen vehicles are parked with their exhaust pipes facing the street at a dealership in Medford, Massachusetts, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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U.S. authorities have again extended a deadline for embattled German car maker Volkswagen to present the details of its plan to compensate U.S. car owners affected by the massive engine-rigging scandal, a court said Thursday.It is currently trying to reach agreement with the U.S. authorities over the modalities for rectifying the problem and compensating car owners of the 500,000 vehicles affected in the U.S.The car maker reached an agreement in principle in April offering U.S. owners of some 480,000 illegally polluting diesel cars options of "substantial compensation" and to fix the cars, or to buy them back.
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