The prosecutor's office of Stuttgart obliged Bosch, a supplier of components for automobiles, to pay a fine of 90 million euros. It is believed that the dosage sensor software of the German company “contained partially unauthorized strategies.” It is noted that over the period since 2008, a number of automakers have received about 17 million of such sensors from Bosch. The cars with these sensors in the market, when checking their engines, showed a significantly higher level of emissions of nitrogen oxide into the atmosphere than was stated. Bosch's officials said they would not dispute the decision, and within six weeks they would pay the specified amount to the federal state of Baden-Württemberg.
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