US diesel makers pay record penalty for cheating on emission controls

Civil penalties totalling $83.4 million are to be paid by seven US manufacturers of heavy duty diesel engines for installing "defeat devices" to bypass emission standards. The penalty, the largest in US environmental enforcement history, is part of a $1 billion settlement for the violations, which resulted in millions of tons of pollutants being emitted illegally into the atmosphere.

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