German prosecutors said Friday they have arrested a former executive of top-of-the-range car maker Audi in connection with the massive emissions-cheating scandal that has engulfed its parent company Volkswagen since 2015.
Volkswagen's luxury car unit Audi has agreed to deepen collaboration with Chinese internet technology groups to offer more digital services in the world's largest car market.
The European Commission has found that Volkswagen broke consumer laws in 20 European Union countries by cheating on emissions tests, German daily Die Welt reported, citing Commission sources.
Volkswagen has agreed to a nearly $15 billion settlement of consumer and environmental claims related to its emissions rigging scandal that broke last September in the United States.
South Korean prosecutors on Friday stormed German carmaker Volkswagen's Seoul office and a house of a senior company official as part of an investigation into an emissions-fabricating case, Yonhap news agency reported.
German automaker Volkswagen saw its car sales decline in South Korea last month as reputation of the world's largest carmaker was dented on emission cheating scandal, an industry lobby group data showed Tuesday.
U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday requested documents from Volkswagen and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding the company's illegal software used to circumvent emissions test for certain models of diesel engine passenger vehicles.
German car maker Volkswagen planned to recall 2,897 passengers cars in South Korea for faulty headlights, Seoul's transportation ministry said Thursday.
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Russia said Tuesday it scrambled a Su-27 fighter jet to "prevent violations of the state border" by two U.S. Air Force strategic bombers flying over the Baltic Sea."Rus
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President Joe Biden addressed the nation in a prime-time speech Friday after Congress averted an economically disastrous default with just days to spare by passing legi
Democratic President Joe Biden and top congressional Republican Kevin McCarthy edged closer to a deal to avoid a looming U.S. debt default Tuesday, as the threat of an
At least 261 people have died and 650 injured in India's worst rail accident in over two decades, officials said on Saturday, after a three-train collision in the easte
China will double down on efforts to stabilize and expand investment in the manufacturing sector, according to Meng Wei, spokesperson for the National Development and R
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