The diesel summit may have just ended but criticism is already coming in from consumer protection groups and consumers alike. Many many consumers only have one word to describe how they feel: cheated.
Angela Merkel has pledged to unlock millions of euros in emergency funds to help clean up air quality in German cities. Authorities meeting at a "diesel summit" in Berlin are hoping to avoid a ban on diesel vehicles.
European Union anti-trust regulators have raided more German automakers, days after they made a similar swoop on the offices of BMW. It’s a fresh blow to the country's beleaguered auto industry.
Auto bosses who met politicians for a "Diesel Summit" in Berlin have agreed on "comprehensive upgrading" of software for more than five million cars. However, the agreement falls far short of what critics say is needed.
Can the diesel engine still be saved? The automotive industry is hopeful, unions are demanding it and environmental groups are against it. Politicians are looking for a common thread. Sabine Kinkartz from Berlin.
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