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Martin Winterkorn, ex-CEO of Volkswagen, charged with fraud in Germany on emissions testing

USATODAY.com Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Martin Winterkorn, with four others, charged in offenses in connection with the company's effort to cheat on diesel emissions testing.
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News video: German Prosecutors Charge Former Volkswagen CEO With Fraud

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Prosecutors say Martin Winterkorn knew about the company's diesel emissions scandal in 2014 and didn't inform the authorities.

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