Test case against Volkswagen starts in Germany - Alibaba's Jack Ma to step down next year - Private debt soars in China
First the disclaimer: No, I don't drive a diesel-powered car. But I do understand motorists who are fed up with the diesel scandal after three years of political roiling, says DW's Sabine Kinkartz.
Chief Executive Oliver Blume has said the sports carmaker will focus on petrol/gasoline, hybrid and all-electric vehicles. Porsche and its parent Volkswagen have seen their image take a beating in the wake of Dieselgate.
The German chancellor welcomed 11 African leaders to Berlin to introduce them to the CEOs of Germany's biggest firms. Outside, protesters demanded Germany stop doing business with dictatorships across the continent.
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.
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