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Volkswagen says its employees flagged latest emissions faults

The findings, which were made public on November 3, were disclosed by employees during an internal investigation

9th November, 2015
VW disclosed emissions inconsistencies on 800,000 cars last week

Volkswagen said emissions inconsistencies it disclosed on 800,000 cars last week were the result of employees informing their superiors.

The findings, which the Wolfsburg-based company made public on November 3, were disclosed by employees during an internal investigation, Volkswagen said in a statement. The employees informed the carmaker about “irregular” consumption in cars, the company said. A probe into the matter continues, VW said.

The admission that more cars than the previously disclosed 11 million...

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