European Commission

  • Newswire

    EC Gives VW Until Year's End to Provide CO2 Data  

    The European Union's executive branch turned down the automaker's request for extra time to provide information regarding "irregularities" in reporting carbon-dioxide emissions....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 2-EU asks members to investigate after VW admits new irregularities  

    * VW says it understated carbon dioxide emissions * Letter asks EU members to investigate * Investors urge EU to toughen emissions testing (Adds detail of meeting with national authorities) By Barbara Lewis BRUSSELS, Nov 6 (Reuters) - The European Commission has written to all 28 European Union member countries urging them to widen their investigations into potential breaches of vehicle emissions rules after Volkswagen admitted it had understated carbon dioxide levels....More
  • Oct 16, 2015

    VW’s Dirty Deeds Overshadow Bosch Celebration

    Bosch wanted to talk about its new research center, a massive hub in Germany that encourages engineers and students to set their minds free, but journalists had other topics in mind....More
  • Newswire

    EU Countries Urged to Investigate Emissions Tehnology  

    Responding to the Volkswagen scandal, the European Union's executive branch wants member countries to investigate how many cars are equipped with so-called defeat devices that skew emissions-test results in the automaker's favor....More

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