Two of the top executives of the automaker Volkswagen will have a Wednesday deal in a great litigation, about the sjoemeldieselaffaire, which allows the prosecution to avoid. Senior executive, Herbert Diess, and chairman of the supervisory board Hans Dieter Pötsch pay in both eur 4.5 million.
a settlement agreement in place, to avoid the as well as charges for the handling of stock from a U.s. investigation of the sjoemelsoftware of Volkswagen to allow you to log on to the investor.
The automaker gave up five years ago to have made use of the so-called sjoemelsoftware, which resulted in the emissions of the diesel car's failure in the tests than is actually the case.
that The two senior executives have with the bill, however, not to be paid for in full. Volkswagen has announced it is to wait for a receipt to pick up the two, according to the German automaker has no business rules have been breached.
in The case of Martin Winterkorn, who, at the time of the dieselschandaal, ceo of Volkswagen, is still pending. Winterkorn is also accused of fraud and market manipulation.