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Dieselgate: ECJ ruling 'makes it easier' to get compensation for Volkswagen emissions scandal

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Dieselgate: ECJ ruling 'makes it easier' to get compensation for Volkswagen emissions scandal

Dieselgate: ECJ ruling 'makes it easier' to get compensation for Volkswagen emissions scandal

This is seen as a victory for consumers because it is likely easier to sue in one's own country rather than having to do it in Germany.

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