Senior Audi engineer is arrested over diesel scandal
Sep 30, 2017, 15:42
Porsche Automobil Holding SE, the investment vehicle that controls a majority stake in Volkswagen, said the company's provision hike would negatively affect its third-quarter results.
Since admitting to installing emissions-cheating software in 11 million diesel cars across the world, Europe's largest carmaker has been in talks with customers and governments over compensation and damages.
Volkswagen AG will take a surprise charge of about $3 billion as plans to buy back or retrofit tainted US diesel cars proves more complex than expected, bringing total damages from the two-year-old scandal to $30 billion.
German weekly Der Spiegel reported today that VW could face further scrutiny because it failed to properly inform USA regulators about changes to emissions control software in almost one-half million cars with gas engines.
Hatz was Audi's head engine developer from 2001 until 2007 when he was promoted to VW Group powertrain chief.
Volkswagen may have further diesel-related costs that aren't directly related to the cheating scandal. Two days ago, one of the Volkswagen Group's most prominent research and development experts, Wolfgang Hatz, was arrested-not in America, but in Munich. One man has so far been jailed in connection with the scandal: Volkswagen engineer James Liang received a 40 month sentence in a U.S. court last month.
The additional costs will be reflected in VW's third quarter results, which will be reported next month. He declined further comment at an event in suburban Detroit to announce a new longer warranty for VW vehicles.
A police spokesperson said Najar was baptized in militancy after killing then HM Chief Commander Abdul Majid Dar in 2003. Najar was head of militant outfit Lashkar-e-Islam after splitting from Hizbul Mujahideen in 2015.
On the final count, Mr English's National Party and current ally ACT had 59 seats, two shy of the 61 needed to win. She said Labour hadn't "done as well as I would have liked" but she would continue to be "relentlessly positive".
It would be a huge surprise were Liverpool not to heavily rotate for the Carabao Cup fixture tomorrow night. In case Lovren fails to recover, Klopp can call upon Joe Gomez , who can play at centre-back or full-back.
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The couple could be seen laughing and smiling as they caught some of the wheelchair tennis at the tournament in Toronto, Canada. They have been photographed together before, but this is the first time for them to appear together at an official event.
A South Korean expert said the quake could have been caused by geological stress created from the recent nuclear explosion. We can not conclusively confirm at this time the nature (natural or human-made) of the event.
The army then reported the incident to the Delhi Police, who arrested her on charges of "causing hurt to deter a public servant". The 44-year-old is reportedly a divorcee who puts up in Gurugram with her parents.
Officials say direct impacts from the storm includes tropicsl storm force winds and storm surge of 2-4 feet along the Outer Banks. So in conclusion, a track just offshore is most likely but we can't feel too comfortable about it for a couple more days.
The court annulled President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election earlier this month saying there were irregularities and illegalities. It comes as riot police fired tear gas at supporters of Kenyatta amid protests outside the Supreme Court.
OSU Associate Head Basketball Coach Turns Self In
They also said the university maintains high standards of conduct, and that deviation from those standards would not be tolerated. Evans was involved in an investigation into bribes from personal managers to influence players to sign with them.
Good news for Nigeria as oil prices hit $57
Geoffrey Craig, an oil futures editor at Platts, said in an emailed report the market situation is still anything but normal. Even as both contracts rallied, concerns about USA production growth weighed on WTI, widening its discount, he said.
Lions Roar Past Iowa On Final Play
If that sounds like a contradiction, it should, because those two angles should not exist in the same football game. Johnson and Hamilton were running crossing post patterns, and McSorley fit the ball in a "windshield wiper" window.
China Will Limit Oil Exports to North Korea, Ban LNG
North Korean textile exports in 2016 totaled $750 million, according to South Korea's Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency. Trump asserted that North Korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons threatens entire world with huge loss of human life.
Pakistan firing kills BSF trooper in J&K
They said that a bullet hit Bahadur on the left side of his abdomen and succumbed to injuries on the way to hospital. BSF troops guarding the border, retaliated the firing and gave a befitting reply while on civilian was also injured.