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it had a Volkswagen came to Washington looking for you right regulators blessing he didn't get , DL Matthias Mueller Wednesday unable to be together with the EPA and extra carbon emissions scandal that engulfed the company with nearly six hundred thousand cars in the U. S. and meeting up to forty times the police environmental regulators allow , Reuters correspondent David shepherd king didn't speak couldn't be higher for VW Volkswagen faces criminal investigations in the U. S. and Germany and other parts of the world Piper lawsuits in the U. S. your estimate hires and the billion dollars and an overall cost remember the US justice department sued both playing last week speaking up to forty six billion dollars so there's a huge crisis in eighteen are a key part of both going getting beyond it it winning approval from the government to start fixing vehicle and and the top salesman remember there are thousands of vehicles debt the company cannot sell in the United States EW requested ranked eighth meeting with the EPA and attempt to show it cooperating with authorities and admitting that argument aren't cheap software and the darkly understated carbon emissions McDougal card , but in other interviews you can to pay down the candle telling NPR issue technical batted an ethical that suggested that what really happened here was that the company you know who simply misinterpreted the rules and that there was not an intentional effort to deceive , and that is good odds with what the company said in September that they were dishonest and regulators , and with what the EPA in California and spent an EPA spokeswoman said the agency will continue to work with Volkswagen toward a solution