China inks $38 billion deal with Boeing on second day of Xi Jinping's US visit
German auto giant admits manipulation in vehicle emission tests concerns 11 million cars sold worldwide
German carmaker called on to cooperate over alleged manipulation in vehicle emissions tests
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The US Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, has demanded that the American multi-national Coca-Cola Co. pay $3.3 billion in unpaid taxes for the years between 2007-2009 together with the corresponding interest, the soft-drink maker announced.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Friday ordered Volkswagen to recall nearly a half million diesel engine cars, saying software in the vehicles is designed to circumvent U.S. air pollution standards.
Fitch said that implementation of structural reforms that would deliver higher gross domestic savings, a more flexible labour market and greater foreign direct investment to help address external imbalances.
Reaction to the U.S. Federal Reserve's announcement to hold interest rates was muted on Friday, as emerging-market stocks and indexes changed little.