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19 07 2017 04

German automaker Daimler has announced it is to recall millions of Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicles. The move comes as German authorities investigate the firm for allegedly cheating on emissions tests.

Daimler is set to invest some 220 million euro ($254 million) into the recall, which would be free for car owners, the company said on Tuesday. The automaker is seeking to improve its emissions performance in the wake of a public debate over the future of diesel.

The voluntary recall covers almost all of the diesel vehicles made under EU5 and EU6 emission standards, or some three million Mercedes-Benz cars across Europe.

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