In this Feb. 14, 2013, file photo, the Volkswagen logo is seen on the grill of a Volkswagen on display in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)
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Volkswagen has agreed to pay $10 billion to settle a huge U.S. civil case over its diesel emissions-cheating scandal, a person familiar with the negotiations told AFP Thursday.Volkswagen admitted in September that it had installed software on diesel cars that tricked U.S. emissions tests into showing the cars met environmental standards.The scandal, which emerged with the revelations in the United States, went global after Volkswagen admitted it had installed the emissions-cheating software in 11 million VW, Porsche and Audi cars with diesel engines worldwide.A settlement would not end Volkswagen's troubles in the United States.
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