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03 08 2017 04

Auto bosses who met politicians for a "Diesel Summit" in Berlin have agreed on "comprehensive upgrading" of software for more than five million cars. However, the agreement falls far short of what critics say is needed.

Car industry bosses agreed to a request from national and state governments on Wednesday to upgrade software on some 5.3 million diesel vehicles.

That figure - which applies to most German diesel cars made since 2009 - would include 2.5 million cars already set to have software updated by Volkswagen. The upgrades would be carried out entirely at the expense of manufacturers, it was announced.

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