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A Canadian-owned business is accused of unlawfully storing thousands of Volkswagen diesel models in the parking lot of a dilapidated NFL stadium outside Detroit.
The plea deal in the United States comes nearly three months after the automaker reached a consent agreement with the Competition Bureau of Canada to pay a CDN $15 million penalty.
The Canadian government is closely watching a U.S. investigation into Fiat Chrysler diesel engines as it determines which next steps to take in Canada, where 39,000 vehicles are being looked at.
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