News Digest Item
07 Sep 2016

“Possible entanglements in the VW emissions scandal”

Süddeutsche Zeitung

German automotive supplier Bosch has been accused of involvement in the VW emissions scandal, write Thomas Fromm, Max Hägler and Klaus Ott for Süddeutsche Zeitung. Several application documents in a U.S. court case show that “without the consent of the supplier, the car manufacturer [VW] apparently could not make changes to the software that was used for the diesel manipulations.” The plaintiffs conclude that the decision to manipulate the emissions tests was an “open secret” in both companies, writes Süddeutsche.

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