Emissions scandals continue to bog down the automotive industry: Mitsubishi joins VW, Daimler, and Peugeot

As the Volkswagen (VW) diesel scandal continues to deepen, it is not only getting worse for the OEM – it nearly tripled the size of its scandal-payment fund, to $18 billion now – but it is also bringing increased scrutiny on other automakers. Another German OEM, Daimler, recently launched its own...

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