The reputation of Germany’s auto industry doesn’t seem to have been tarnished by the diesel emissions scandal. At least in Puebla, Mexico - a city that’s home to VW, Audi and Daimler plants. Yara Garay Gonzalez has a coveted trainee spot there.
German prosecutors have announced a fine against German carmaker Audi for cheating emissions tests. The €800 million penalty came after "deviations from regulatory requirements" at the Volkswagen subsidiary.
Auto industry executives gathering this week for the Paris Motor Show see plenty of reasons to worry: from global trade tensions to challenges posed by e-cars and stringent emissions targets. Janelle Dumalaon reports.
The ruling will affect several traffic hubs in the city's downtown area. The suit was brought by environmentalists in the wake of a series of scandals over diesel emissions.
The ministry said there is no new information in a Bild newspaper report on VW cheating emissions tests for petrol cars. Volkswagen has admitted cheating on emissions tests for diesel vehicles.
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