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nndb Volkswagen Wednesday ordering it here in the U. S. and Canada to stop selling tremendous luxury vehicles just days after the company denied allegations by environmental regulators that there were problems with a three liter diesel engines in higher end brands , on several Audi model , a six cylinder engine are very a very profitable very expensive vehicles certainly critical Volkswagen want to spell on me if they if they only have to keep them off the market for a week or two it might not be that big a deal but if they have to say if they essentially are not able to sell the vehicles , all because they simply can't be made to comply with the U. S. laws on that's clearly a problem it's the latest development in the emissions cheating scandal that's engulfed Volkswagen intergalactic me , the company already admitted to installing software that I'm just stating the amount of smog causing pollutants released by many as eleven million smaller diesel cars , playing another eight hundred thousand cars were using more fuel than previously thought , effectively making the more expensive and dirty or dry , the news also included gasoline engine for the first time , and on Wednesday even the German government expressed anger towards one of the country's biggest employers , the German government especially saying we're going to retest everything Volkswagen our heads out there because we don't simply don't trust what they told us about their emissions , well that is that clearly big problem for Volkswagen the German government has been pretty supportive of a Volkswagen on up until now on to see some of the comments coming out of the %HESITATION German official today suggest that there are they their patience has run out investor losing more their patients well , shares of Volkswagen fell nearly ten percent on Wednesday