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17 07 2017 03

The German premium carmaker has renewed a claim that it doesn't use illegal software to artificially lower the emissions in some of its diesel vehicles, as German authorities are taking a closer look into Daimler cars.

After German Transport Ministry officials on Thursday met with Daimler representatives, including the head of technology development Ola Kaellenius, Daimler vehemently rejected allegations it had installed software to manipulate the emissions of its diesel cars.

"On the basis of our current information, we would fight any claim by the German Transport Safety Authority (KBA) that we installed an illegal emissions control device with all legal means available," the Stuttgart-based premium carmaker said in a statement on Friday.

A Daimler spokesman also rejected German media reports on Friday that transport ministry officials had sought a recall of Mercedes cars in light of the allegations.

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