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  • China Jails Employees Of US Food Firm Over Meat Scandal

    China Jails Employees Of US Food Firm Over Meat Scandal

    A Chinese court today jailed six employees of a US company which supplied fast food outlets including KFC and McDonald's with sub-standard meat in a high-profile scandal.

  • Emission Scandal: Volkswagen Begins Recall of Diesel Cars in Europe

    Emission Scandal: Volkswagen Begins Recall of Diesel Cars in Europe

    Volkswagen (VW) has begun recalling millions of its diesel cars fitted with devices designed to cheat emission tests in Europe after German authorities gave the green light to their recall plan. The scandal-hit German carmaker, however, is no closer to a deal with US officials over how to fix the affected cars owned by American consumers.

  • Talks to Continue Between Volkswagen and US Authorities Over Diesel Emissions Fix

    Talks to Continue Between Volkswagen and US Authorities Over Diesel Emissions Fix

    Talks with Volkswagen (VW) which are aimed at reaching an agreement on a fix for their diesel vehicles after the emission scandal will continue, say US environmental officials. The fix is likely to involve around 600,000 Volkswagen diesel cars that emit up to 40 times the legally allowable limit will.

  • US Authorities Say Volkswagen Diesel Recall Plan 'Not Approvable'

    US Authorities Say Volkswagen Diesel Recall Plan 'Not Approvable'

    The California Air Resources Board rejected Tuesday Volkswagen's recall plan for diesel cars equipped with emissions cheat devices, and the federal Environmental Protection Agency agreed the plan was not acceptable.

  • Volkswagen Determined To Win Back American Consumers

    Volkswagen Determined To Win Back American Consumers

    Volkswagen promised Monday to reconquer the hearts of American car consumers following an emissions-cheating scandal that has plunged the company into crisis.

  • Volkswagen Emission Scandal: New Catalytic Converter Could Fix US Cars, Says CEO

    Volkswagen Emission Scandal: New Catalytic Converter Could Fix US Cars, Says CEO

    Volkswagen will propose a new catalytic converter system to US authorities that could be fitted to around 430,000 cars capable of cheating diesel emissions tests, Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said on Sunday.

  • Volkswagen Chief Apologizes For Cheating, Rivals Pop Champagne

    Volkswagen Chief Apologizes For Cheating, Rivals Pop Champagne

    Volkswagen's embattled chief used the Detroit auto show to apologize to the US public for cheating diesel car emissions tests while his rivals popped champagne over record US sales and a rosy outlook Sunday.

  • Volkswagen Chief Apologizes Over Emissions Scandal On First US Trip

    Volkswagen Chief Apologizes Over Emissions Scandal On First US Trip

    Volkswagen chief executive Matthias Mueller on Sunday apologized for cheating diesel car emissions tests on his first official US visit since the scandal broke in September.

  • Emission Scandal: Volkswagen Proposes Fix for Diesel Cars in US

    Emission Scandal: Volkswagen Proposes Fix for Diesel Cars in US

    Volkswagen has developed a fix - a catalytic converter - that could be fitted to around 430,000 cars equipped with the first generation of the EA 189 diesel engine in the US, allowing them to pass emissions tests, according to a report in German newspaper Bild am Sonntag.

  • Volkswagen Proposes Catalytic Converter To Fix US Test Cheating Cars: Reports

    Volkswagen Proposes Catalytic Converter To Fix US Test Cheating Cars: Reports

    Volkswagen engineers have come up with a catalytic converter that could be fitted to around 430,000 cars in the United States as a fix for vehicles capable of cheating emissions tests, German daily Bild am Sonntag reported.

  • Volkswagen's Ride in Europe Over Emission Scandal May Not be Bumpy

    Volkswagen's Ride in Europe Over Emission Scandal May Not be Bumpy

    Volkswagen is unlikely to face US-style fines in Europe over its emissions scandal because of a softer regulatory regime and its home country Germany's determination to protect its car industry, EU sources and legal experts say.

  • Volkswagen May Buy Back 115,000 Diesel Cars in US

    Volkswagen May Buy Back 115,000 Diesel Cars in US

    Volkswagen estimates that it might have to buy back around 115,000 diesel vehicles that are affected by the emission cheating scandal in the US, according to a report in the German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

  • Volkswagen Chief To Meet With Top US Environmental Regulator

    Volkswagen Chief To Meet With Top US Environmental Regulator

    Volkswagen chief executive Matthias Mueller will meet next week in Washington with the head of the environmental agency that uncovered the massive emissions-cheating scandal, an agency spokeswoman said Thursday.

  • Volkswagen Expects To Buy Back 115,000 Diesel Cars In US: Report

    Volkswagen Expects To Buy Back 115,000 Diesel Cars In US: Report

    Embattled German auto giant Volkswagen expects to have to buy back around 115,000 diesel vehicles in the United States that are affected by the massive pollution-cheating scandal, the daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported today.

  • Emission Scandal: Volkswagen Sued by the US; Faces $20 Billion Penalty

    Emission Scandal: Volkswagen Sued by the US; Faces $20 Billion Penalty

    The US has sued Volkswagen alleging that nearly 600,000 diesel vehicles, including all its brands, had illegal defeat devices installed resulting in excess harmful emissions and this may result in the German car manufacturer faces penalties well above $20 billion

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