From today all VW new to sell cars in South Corea are without any license.
Around 83 thousand cars of 80 VW models are taken out of the streets immediately.
A fine of 14.3 million $ is hitting VW in Germany.
Small Bavaria (Bayern) in Germany is suing VW today: The region had invested into VW stocks
and lost 700 thousand € in their pension fund last september after knowing about the
diesel scandal and the tumbling stock price of VW stock.
Bavaria now wants this stock loss back from VW.
Of course the price for VW is not a real threat - BUT - others might follows this path...
MORE to come for sure
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New large fine for criminal findings of VW on the horizon
According to The Wallstreet journal VW faces a new fine of 1.5 billion $.
"U.S. prosecutors and Volkswagen AG are negotiating a settlement that could result in significant financial penalties after Justice Department officials found evidence of criminal wrongdoing in the car company’s diesel-emissions cheating, said people familiar with the matter."
As two companies delivering parts for the Motor and parts for the seats stopped delivery
VW faces now a stop on 5 production sites and 20000 workers with no work...
A lawsuit with the 2 delivery companies against VW has stopped the relationship.
In extremis VW wants to enter the factory sites of the opponents to "fetch" themselves
the needed parts.
Unsealed papers in VW scandal reveal panic among engineers
As California regulators pursued Volkswagen to get to the bottom of its emissions scandal in the spring and summer of 2015, engineers at the carmaker who knew about the cheating were in a state of panic.
A US legal filing unsealed on Friday shows a group of VW employees attempting to cover up the cheating as questions from the California Air Resources Board became more and more detailed.
On April 28 2015, an unnamed VW employee wrote: “We only just need a plausible explanation as to why the emissions are still high!!!”
On May 12, one employee wrote about the emissions discrepancies between test conditions and real-world conditions: “We need a story for the situation!"
The emails are quoted in an indictment, dated June 1, against James Liang, 62, a veteran Volkswagen engineer who spent 30 years with the company. On Friday he pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to defraud US customers and regulators.