US: Mercedes falls foul of Clean Air Act
Mercedes-Benz USA and parent company DaimlerChrysler have agreed to pay $US1.2m in civil penalties to resolve allegations that they violated the Clean Air Act by failing to promptly notify the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about defects in the air pollution controls installed on numerous 1998 to 2006 Mercedes model vehicles, the Justice Department and the EPA announced last night.
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