Navistar to pay $50 million to settle complaint accusing it of fraudulent pricing – Defense News (Global)

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Navistar Defense, which was accused of fraudulent pricing of its mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles sold to the U.S. Marines Corps, has reached a settlement agreement with the government.
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