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Norway's wealth fund files complaint against Volkswagen

OSLO Norway's $850-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, has filed a complaint against Volkswagen , as part of a joint legal action following the carmaker's emissions scandal, the fund said in a statement on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Norway's wealth fund files complaint against Volkswagen

OSLO, June 24 Norway's $850-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, has filed a complaint against Volkswagen, as part of a joint legal action following the carmaker's emissions scandal, the fund said in a statement on Friday.

Norway's wealth fund says has filed complaint against Volkswagen

OSLO, June 24 Norway's $850-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, has filed a complaint against Volkswagen, as part of a joint legal action following the firm's emissions scandal, the fund said in a statement on Friday.

South Korea issues arrest warrant for VW executive in emissions probe

SEOUL A South Korean court on Friday issued the first warrant for the arrest of a Volkswagen AG executive in connection with its cheating of vehicle emissions tests, in another blow to the German automaker's efforts to move on from the scandal.

UPDATE 2-S.Korea issues arrest warrant for VW exec in emissions probe

* Volkswagen losing share of Asia's No.2 diesel car market (Adds details on probe, context, background)

VW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal

WASHINGTON Volkswagen AG will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims by nearly 500,000 owners stemming from its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal and fund efforts to offset pollution, three sources briefed on the agreement said on Thursday.

VW to pay over $10 bln for U.S. emissions scandal - sources

WASHINGTON Volkswagen AG will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims by nearly 500,000 owners stemming from its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal and fund efforts to offset pollution, three sources briefed on the agreement said on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-VW to pay over $10 bln for U.S. emissions scandal - sources

WASHINGTON, June 23 Volkswagen AG will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims by nearly 500,000 owners stemming from its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal and fund efforts to offset pollution, three sources briefed on the agreement said on Thursday.

VW's U.S. emissions settlement nearly $10.3 billion -source

June 23 Volkswagen AG's diesel emissions settlement with U.S. regulators is valued at nearly $10.3 billion, a source briefed on the agreement said on Thursday.

BRIEF-Volkswagen said to pay diesel owners up to $7,000, fund clean-air grants - Bloomberg

* Volkswagen AG said to pay diesel owners up to $7,000; under $10 billion settlement being negotiated- Bloomberg, citing sources

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