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[商业新闻] 2016-09-20&09-22 大众尾气门首个被告认罪 为华裔工程师

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Volkswagen engineer pleads guilty to criminal charges in emissions cheating case   

A Volkswagen engineer pleaded guilty to U.S. federal charges for his role in the diesel emission cheating scandal.


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[Homework]2016-09-20&09-22 大众尾气门首个被告认罪 为华裔工程师

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Once the world top auto maker, Volkswagan has fallen to number two. One reason, the company admits it rig 11 million veichles world wide to treat on the mission's test. Here's a break down of the scandle blow by blow. A group of scientists at West Virginia University discovered that Volkswagon was using software in its dissel cars to treat on clean air test. The software detects when the cars being tested. The engine then runs differently making immision seeming cleaner than the ordinarily are. They find the immisions are up to 40 times higher than legal limits. But the company repeatedly denies the claims to US officials. The US Environmental Protection Agency announces that Volkswagon was manipunating its dissel cars to score better on the immision test.
Volkswagan admits rigging half a million cars in the US to work around the emmison loss. But company’s problems are bigger than that. It amits the problem is global in scale, affecting 11million cars world wide. Amid calls to fix the affected vehicles, VW halts to sell the disel cars in the US. Ceo Martin apologises and resigns. He is replaced by the Matalias Mulur, the head of VW’s Porsche brand.
Meanwhile, VW is hit by the endless lawsuit from customers upset that their cars have lost values because of the softwore. VW’s German headquarters are raided by police in searching for incriminating documents as Germany prosecuters investigate. VW’s says they are corporating and anyone involved will face the full consequences. Days later, the French and Italian offices are also raided. Planze announces to start recalling the 8.5 million affected cars across the Europe. The company says they will be fixed by the end of 2016.
VW recedes its recently won title of world’s top auto maker to Toyota.
Michal Horn, head of VW in tge US, testified to the US law makers, blaming the scandal on a lot of fuel engeneers. Senior management was not involved he says.
After month of apologising, VW decides it’s the time to pay up. The company affords over 500 dollars each to owners of the affected cars in the US. The gesture costs VW 250 million dollars. But for some customers, it’s no longer enough. They demand a buy-back of the rigged vehicles. 9 managers suspected involved in the scandal are suspended by the company.
VW says it will set up a fund to compensate the owners. Cabin mediator can fumble to decide how much each should get.
Another executive is out. This time is the Michal Horn, CEO of VW group of America. He resigns.
VW reachs the deal by buy-back or fix half a million US cars involved in the emmisons cheat. The company says the price tag for the crisis is doubled as its originaly estimated. It sets aside about 18 million dollars to deal with the cost of the scandal.
VW agrees to pay up to 14.7 billion dollars to settle the issue. That’s much more than any auto maker has paid for wrong doing. Most of that money will go to the owners of the affected vehicles.  
In addition, the compensation for lost value, VW will have to either buy-back or fix the cars. But this isn’t the end of the story. The company still faces civil and criminal investigations.
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Once the world’s top auto maker, Volkswagen has fallen to number two. One reason? The company admitted it rig 11 million vehicles worldwide to cheat on emissions tests. Here's a breakdown of the scandal blow by blow.

A group of scientists at West Virginia University discovered that Volkswagen was using software in its diesel cars to cheat on clean air tests. The software detects when the car’s being tested. The engine then runs differently, making emission seem cleaner than they ordinarily are. They find emissions are up to 40 times higher than legal limits. But the company repeatedly denies the claims to US officials. The US Environmental Protection Agency announces that Volkswagen was manipulating its diesel cars to score better on emission tests.

Volkswagen admits rigging half a million cars in the U.S. to work around emission loss. But company’s problems are bigger than that. It admits the problem is global in scale, affecting 11million cars worldwide.

Amid calls to fix the affected vehicles, VW halts the sell of diesel cars in the U.S. CEO Martin Winterco apologizes and resigns. He is replaced by the Matthias Mueller, the head of VW’s Porsche brand. Meanwhile, VW is hit by endless lawsuit from customers upset that their cars have lost values because of the software. VW’s German headquarters are raided by police in searching for incriminating documents as Germany prosecutors investigate. Volkswagen says they are cooperating and anyone involved will face the full consequences. Days later, the French and Italian offices are also raided. Plans are announced to start recalling the 8.5 million affected cars across the Europe. The company says they will be fixed by the end of 2016. VW cedes its recently won title of world’s top auto maker to Toyota.

Michael Horn, head of Volkswagen in the U.S., testifies to U.S. law makers, blaming the scandal on a few engineers. “Senior management was not involved,” he says.

After a month of apologizing, VW decides it’s time to pay up. The company affords over 500 dollars each to owners of affected cars in the U.S. The gesture costs Volkswagen $250 million. But for some customers, it’s no longer enough. They demand a buy-back of the rigged vehicles. Nine managers suspected to involve in the scandal are suspended by the company.

Volkswagen says it will set up a fund to compensate owners, cabin mediator Ken Feinberg to decide how much each will get.

Another exec. is out. This time is Michael Horn, CEO Volkswagen Group of America. He resigns.

Volkswagen reaches a deal to buy-back or fix half a million US cars involved in the emissions cheat. The company says the price tag for the crisis is doubled as its original estimate. It sets aside about $18 billion to deal with the cost of the scandal.

VW agrees to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle the issue. That’s much more than any auto maker has paid for wrong doing. Most of that money will go to owners of the affected vehicles.  In addition, the compensation for lost value, Volkswagen will have to either buy-back or fix the cars. But this isn’t the end of the story. The company still faces civil and criminal investigations.
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