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Emissions scandal: Volkswagen recall 'likely'

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RECALL ON THE CARDS: Crisis-hit automaker Volkswagen is planning to refit diesel powered models fingered in its emissions scandal according to their new chief executive Matthias Mueller. Image: AFP / Michal Cizek

San Francisco - The US Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday that a recall of affected Volkswagen diesel cars  in the ongoing emissions scandal would "likely" take place.

"EPA will require VW to remedy the noncompliance. It is likely that there will be a recall of affected vehicles," an EPA spokesperson said, adding that no specific timeline had been ordered yet.

The automaker has said it would refit up to 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide.

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