US emissions-cheating case charges VW engineer

A Volkswagen engineer was indicted in Detroit and pleaded guilty for his role in developing an emissions-cheating device installed on a half-million diesel cars sold in the United States.

Engineer James Liang helped develop the diesel engines equipped with illegal emissions test “defeat devices” from the earliest stages, the indictment said.

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