Lack of transparency, non-compliance and a corporate culture that discourages whistle-blowing – qualities that played a role in the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
A look back at another case of corporate misconduct in Germany suggests some answers.
German carmaker Volkswagen has announced it will boost investments in the development of electric cars in the next five years. The company has set out to become a global leader in e-mobility and new-energy vehicles.
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More than 15,000 VW customers on the internet platform of consumer group myRight are suing the carmaker over its diesel emissions cheating. The case is also being pursued by a US attorney who has already litigated successfully against VW.
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