EU fines VW and BMW £750m for colluding with Daimler on fumes


Jasper Jolly

Commission imposes €875m fine for breaching antitrust rules by delaying cleaner emissions technology

The EU has fined Volkswagen and BMW €875m (£750m) after finding that the German carmakers colluded with another rival, the Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler, to delay emissions-cleaning technology.

The European Commission said that the carmakers had “breached EU antitrust rules by colluding on technical development in the area of nitrogen oxide cleaning”.

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