Less 'human error' to worry about
The emission test is a standard part of car registration in the Philippines. But as anyone who has ever had jeepney smoke belched on their face or windshield will tell you, it's not exactly a perfect process. Recently, the Department of
The journey of atonement continues
We reported that Volkswagen of America, the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the California Air Research Board were on the brink of reaching an agreement, which calls for the German carmaker to compensate aggrieved customers in the diesel-emissions scandal it was
The solution to Dieselgate
It was reported in April that Volkswagen and the US Department of Justice had reached an agreement to clean up the mess known as Dieselgate. At the time, both parties hadn't finalized any details, save for saying that they would settle "
Including Fiat Chrysler and Opel
Several months after the beginning of "Diesel-gate," Volkswagen continues to experience the fallout from what is arguably the biggest automotive scandal in recent memory. Now, several more companies are being investigated by the German government to see if they, too, are
Totaling about P72 billion
Volkswagen Group has revealed the first concrete effects of the emissions scandal on its finances.After delaying its annual results, it reported an annual loss for the year 2015 of €1.36 billion (or P71.8 billion). By comparison, in 2014 it
Reaches agreement with US gov't agencies
In September last year, Volkswagen found itself in a controversial emissions scandal. The issue revolved around the German car company's manipulation of its diesel vehicles' emissions software so these could pass tests administered by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This
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