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