WASHINGTON, September 29 (Reuters) – Fiat Chrysler
will pay a civil penalty of $ 9.5 million for
end the accusations that the builder
automobile misled investors by failing to disclose
not have carried out only a limited examination to check his
complies with mission standards.
As part of this agreement announced Monday by the authority
American Financial Markets, Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC), Fiat Chrysler has neither admitted nor any
malfeasance. The Italian-American manufacturer refused
any comment on this fine resulting from the scandal of
polluting emissions from diesel engines.
In January 2019, Fiat Chrysler had accepted an agreement
nearly $ 800 million to resolve complaints from
American Department of Justice and a commission
california on air quality that he had
used illegal software to rig the tests on the
polluting emissions from its diesel engines.
(David Shepardson and Lisa Lambert; French version Jean