VW expects revenue to beat last year’s record by even more than previously expected and will make no further provisions for dieselgate costs. But as Europe’s largest automaker emerges from one scandal, pressure is building on its supervisory board over new allegations of anti-competitive conduct. David Pollard reports.
- Next story Vijay Goel Felicitates Indian Women’s Cricket Team
- Previous story Tejashwi Yadav Calls Nitish Kumar A Hypocrite
- GE to take $11 bln hit in Q4
- ‘The Fakeys’: Comedians turn tables on Trump’s ‘fake news’ awards
- CA officials focus on children’s health, after “heartbreaking” home discovery
- ‘Little girls don’t stay little forever’: Abuse victims confront Nassar
- Israel PM applauds Modi for upgrading India in ease of business