After the fall: Volkswagen's diesel scandal and its future impacts

Volkswagen (VW), the world's best-selling automotive OEM, has been caught in a vehicle emissions scandal of unprecedented proportions. At least 11 million diesel-powered VW cars worldwide use a specially-coded piece of software to purposefully cheat during emissions testing. The result is that VW...

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