Volkswagen had already said that it would set aside $7.3 billion to cover the cost of bringing as many as 11 million affected vehicles into compliance with emissions standards. “But that will not be enough,” Matthias Mueller, Volkswagen’s new chief executive, said Tuesday.
Volkswagen had already said that it would set aside $7.3 billion to cover the cost of bringing as many as 11 million affected vehicles into compliance with emissions standards. “But that will not be enough,” Matthias Mueller, Volkswagen’s new chief executive, said Tuesday. Krisztian Bocsi Bloomberg
Volkswagen had already said that it would set aside $7.3 billion to cover the cost of bringing as many as 11 million affected vehicles into compliance with emissions standards. “But that will not be enough,” Matthias Mueller, Volkswagen’s new chief executive, said Tuesday. Krisztian Bocsi Bloomberg

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