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Bosch confirmed the settlement and said 2 million euros of the fine are for the alleged regulatory offense and 88 million euros for the disgorgement of economic benefits. (Photo: Oliver Bunic/Bloomberg) Bosch confirmed the settlement and said 2 million euros of the fine are for the alleged regulatory offense and 88 million euros for the disgorgement of economic benefits. (Photo: Oliver Bunic/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — Robert Bosch GmbH agreed to pay 90 million euros ($100 million) to end a probe by German prosecutors into rigged diesel engines, following much more costly settlements by its customer Volkswagen AG.

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