FCA N.V.


FCA pays $800m to solve Dieselgate in USA

11/01/19 -"FCA had been accused by the US authorities of having implemented faked software in its diesel cars. The company has now agreed to pay a total of $800m to settle the accusation. Of this total, $311m ..."

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