Billions of euros from the European Commission to German carmakers
The European Commission is preparing to cut billions of euros for German automakers, BMW, Volkswagen and Daimler, for manipulating their emissions.
The European Commission is preparing to cut billions of euros for German automakers, BMW, Volkswagen and Daimler, for manipulating their emissions. The amount of the penalty will be announced next week.
According to the news published on the German Spiegel magazine emission scandal, the European Commission has announced that German automobile manufacturers, BMW, Volkswagen and Daimler have been proven to report errors in the vehicles measuring emissions, and that the companies acting on this issue will penalize the environment and deliberately defraud customers. The European Commission said that the size of the AdBlue tanks used for fuel cleaning has been illegally agreed, and that no particulate filters are installed in the engines to reduce emissions. Car manufacturers, AdBlue tanks and filters, rejecting the claims on Brussels, the court announced that they will carry the request for criminal matters. In 2015, German automobile manufacturers paid billions of dollars in fines as a result of investigations initiated by US environmental agencies on German diesel emissions.
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