Turkey's Competition Authority discussed earlier findings from a preliminary investigation and decided to open an investigation.
As hospitals around the world face a surge of patients with breathing difficulties from Covid-19, the scarcity of ventilators has forced doctors to make life-or-death decisions. Auto manufacturers are responding to a massive global shortage.
Environmental activists are up against Tesla and the law as they try and stop the march of capitalism on their environment.
Canada's case against Volkswagen comes more than four years after the company admitted to installing software on 11 million cars worldwide to trick emissions-testing equipment into concluding the cars run more cleanly than they actually did.
Tariffs come amid an ongoing trade war between the US and China and could risk destabilising the global economy further.
Boeing is already competing with arch-rival Airbus SE and other companies to introduce small self-flying vehicles capable of vertical takeoff and landing.
The firm in Turkey's Manisa is set to start making cars by 2020 with an annual production capacity of 300,000 cars, sources say.
The "people's car" once had fans across the world but its popularity waned in face of competition from other models.
Martin Winterkorn was CEO when Volkswagen fitted 11 million diesel-powered vehicles worldwide with "defeat devices" – software that made them appear to pollute less during lab tests.
German carmaker Volkswagen says it plans to cut thousands of jobs as a part of a restructuring plan.
Mercedes, Germany's trademark car company, wants to develop a self-driving car, increasing fierce competition with firms like Uber, Google, General Motors and Volkswagen.
The German automaker Volkswagen has been cutting costs to fund an ambitious shift to electric cars and automated driving.
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