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06.06.2013

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Volkswagen under pressure over safety concerns MP3

The former head of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Allan Fels says the public deserves a detailed explanation from Volkswagen over safety concerns. He says the ACCC has the powers to issue vehicle recalls if necessary. Volkswagen has announced it will offer owners free vehicle inspections for "peace of mind". Source: abc.net.au

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