VW wants to introduce a German-style works council at its plant in Chatanooga - not everyone is excited about the idea.
Volkswagen of America has said it will appeal a US Labor Department ruling allowing maintenance workers at a Tennessee plant to unionize. The United Auto Workers (UAW) union has criticized the move as a "stall tactic."
"The New York Times" has reported that Oliver Schmidt, a Volkswagen executive, has been arrested in the US. The newspaper said Schmidt was facing charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States.
The Volkswagen emissions scandal is worrying employees at the VW plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The scandal is going to cost the company billions, possibly forcing it to cut costs.
Volkwagen is struggling with US authorities for a solution to the emissions scandal, without one in sight. Could the days of the German carmaker be numbered in the cutthroat American market?
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