Employees work at the main assembly line of V6 engine at the Nissan Iwaki Plant in Iwaki city, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, April 5, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino/
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South Korea's Environment Ministry said Monday that it will fine Nissan's South Korean operation for manipulating emissions tests on its sports utility vehicle models, an allegation Nissan is denying.When the emission reduction device stopped working, the Nissan vehicle's level of emissions was about the same or slightly higher than that of Volkswagen diesel cars that were fined for cheating emissions.The South Korean government investigated 20 diesel car models sold in South Korea following the scandal over Volkswagen's admission that it had equipped cars with software that could limit emissions when cars were tested by regulators.
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