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The Monitor's View VW makes amends. A model in rebuilding trust?

Volkswagen agrees with US regulators to pay nearly $15 billion for its diesel-emissions deception. Other steps are needed to help it become a company leader in how to restore a reputation.

Long a leader in car technology, Volkswagen is now being tested as a corporate leader in how to rebuild lost trust. On Tuesday, the German automaker took a big step toward restoring its reputation by settling quickly with US regulators, nine months after being forced to admit it had rigged 11 million diesel vehicles to illegally pass emission tests.

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