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Volkswagen Chairman Faces Investigation in Germany

Volkswagen Chairman Faces Investigation in Germany

After emissions scandal led to massive fine for German automaker Volkswagen, the company chairman is facing investigation in Germany. The company faces charges related to market manipulation and German prosecutors have included Volkswagen chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch in the probe.

Volkswagen Engineer James Liang Could Be First of Many Volkswagen Officials Involved in Emissions Scandal

Volkswagen Engineer James Liang Could of First of Many Volkswagen Officials Involved in Emissions Scandal

James Liang has become the first engineer to plead guilty in the ongoing Justice Department investigation in the emissions cheating scandal at the automaker. Liang’s lawyer has indicated that he is just one of many people involved in the scandal at Volkswagen. The company rigged the data for the air-pollution tests and is already facing an inquiry. Liang is cooperating with the Justice Department inquiry staff.

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