Volkswagen cars are seen parked outside a VW dealership in London, Britain, in this file photograph dated November 5, 2015 (REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/files)
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Volkswagen's VW brand chief and its head of procurement were told in an internal meeting on Aug. 24, 2015 that the German carmaker could face potential penalties of more than $20 billion for the use of illegal software in its vehicles, weekly Der Spiegel reported on Friday.Citing people who took part in a meeting of the VW brand management board, the magazine said that brand chief Herbert Diess and Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz were told that illegal software was installed in diesel cars by Volkswagen in the United States.
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