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B. 2016-06-27 VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn USA
C. 2016-01-04 VW sued by US justice department Washington
3. 2015-10-07 Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014 USA
E. 2015-10-06 VW's Matthias Mueller: Recall to start in January West Germany
5. 2015-09-29 Volkswagen staff acted criminally, says board member Lower Saxony, West Germany
G. 2015-09-25 Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland Switzerland
7. 2015-09-23 Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns Wolfsburg, West Germany
2015-09-22 Volkswagen facing multiple US probes USA
9. 2015-04-25 Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech quits Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, West Germany

VW 'to offer diesel buy back deal in US'  Volkswagen and US officials have reached a deal under which the car maker could offer to buy back up to 500,000 diesel cars in the US VW sued by US justice department  Washington: The department is suing Volkswagen over the emissions scandal that saw the German car giant fit software in millions of cars to cheat emissions tests Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014  USA: Michael Horn has admitted he was aware early last year of the emissions cheating affecting millions of the company's vehicles VW's Matthias Mueller: Recall to start in January  West Germany: VW expects to start a recall of cars affected by its emissions scandal in January, the car giant's new chief executive, Matthias Mueller, has said Volkswagen staff acted criminally, says board member Map of Lower Saxony Germany  West Germany: Olaf Lies, a board member and economy minister of Lower Saxony has told Newsnight some staff acted criminally over emission cheat tests Volkswagen models sale halted in Switzerland
VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn


year 2016 Top ^

Jun.27
  USA: German carmaker Volkswagen has reportedly reached a $15bn (11.3bn) settlement with US car owners after admitting it cheated emission tests
Apr.20  
Jan.4


year 2015 Top ^

Oct.7
Oct.6
Sep.29
Sep.25
  Switzerland has temporarily banned the sale of VW diesel-engine models which could have devices capable of tricking emission tests

Sep.23
Sep.22
  USA: Volkswagen is facing multiple investigations in the United States including, reportedly, a criminal probe from the Department of Justice (DoJ)
Apr.25 Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech quits Map of Wolfsburg Lower Saxony Germany
  West Germany: The chairman of the carmaker Volkswagen (VW), Ferdinand Piech, has resigned after a power struggle with chief executive Martin Winterkorn


year 2014 Top ^

Feb.14 Volkswagen's US workers vote against joining union  Tennessee: In a surprise move, US workers have voted against union representation at a Volkswagen car plant in the southern state of Tennessee Feb.2 Porsche faces 1.8bn euros lawsuit  Porsche's chairman Wolfgang Porsche and board member Ferdinand Piech are being sued by seven hedge funds over its failed takeover for Volksw... Jan.13 VW eyes $7bn N America investment  German carmaker Volkswagen has said it will invest $7bn in North America over the next five years as it looks to boost its sales in the regi...

year 2009 Top ^

Jul.23 VW prepares to take over Porsche
  Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen, plans to buy German sports car firm in stages while retaining the latter's independence


year 2006 Top ^

Sep.29   VW workers agree to work longer  Volkswagen has struck a deal with unions to extend the working week of staff at 6 plants without an increase in pay Feb.10 Volkswagen to cut 20,000 workers  The carmaker is restructuring plans that are set to run until 2009. The shares jumped 8% to 54.79 euros

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.21 Volkswagen cuts 4,000 jobs   Brazil: German car maker is to cut jobs from its Brazilian arm, to counter weak sales


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