News Digest Item
29 Aug 2018

VW has “miles to go” in US to carry out transparency reforms – report

New York Times

Germany’s largest carmaker still has to invest a lot of effort in the US to regain the trust that it lost after it was revealed in 2015 that the company cheated on emissions tests on a large scale, Jack Ewing writes in the New York Times. A report compiled by US lawyer Larry D. Thompson found that Volkswagen still had a lot of work to do to create an adequate whistle-blower programme. “The cultural change is going to be enormous,” Thompson noted.

Read the article in English here.

See the CLEW factsheet Dieselgate forces VW to embrace green mobility and the CLEW article One year after the “diesel summit,” Germany’s air quality challenge remains for more information.

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