Following the VW emissions scandal, Wolfsburg is worried about financial repercussions. Greece's new top tax inspector faces a tough job to rein in tax evasion. And an OECD tax information agreement aims for greater accountability and justice.
Most people will stare blankly when they hear of the "cum-ex" scandal, but the latest reports are that this tax evasion scandal is a continental-wide one, robbing taxpayers of at least €55 billion of state money.
New German legislation taking effect on November 1 is enabling duped VW car owners to fight for compensation in the country's first-ever class action suit. But angry consumers will have to hurry up.
Life is tough for women in India. At the Wolfsburg art museum, six female artists give visitors a glimpse as to how they see their country in "Facing India," a show of protest against India's patriarchal society.
Volkswagen has seen net profits for the third quarter of 2018 more than double from the same period last year. The figures suggest that VW is pulling itself out of crisis following its emissions-cheating scandal.
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