US Authorities are worried that VW may not come to an agreement
A top US environmental official has warned VW may not come to an agreement on how to deal with the 580,000 diesel vehicles sold in the country before a court date set for 21st April. According to Reuters the official explained that the government and VW are locked in “really robust talks” however the official did not comment on whether the government would accept a part settlement or it would insist that VW buy all of the cars back.
A U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer gave VW and U.S. regulators until April 21 to offer a “concrete proposal” for addressing the polluting cars. Both sides must “resolve” what is to happen to the cars by that date, Breyer said. If a deal isn’t struck then there is a chance a trial may be heard. VW are one of Europe’s biggest car manufacturers is stil in crisis after the emissions scandal broke and they were found to have had rigged 11 million cars with a cheating device.
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