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In this June 23, 2015 file photo a van is pictured in a light tunnel at the Mercedes-Benz automobile plant in Ludwigsfelde, near Berlin. (Photo/Michael Sohn, file)

(Bloomberg) – Volkswagen AG’s namesake brand, its Audi and Porsche divisions, Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz unit and General Motors Co.’s Opel agreed with German authorities to recall 630,000 cars Europewide to fix temperature-control setups on diesel models’ emissions systems.

The voluntary move affects diesel cars with engines that meet the Euro-5 and later Euro-6 standards, German Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt said Friday at a Berlin press conference. Terms for dealing with any models built by carmakers outside Germany will have to be agreed on with regulators that certify those vehicles, he said.

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