For many years the Dutch government lagged behind countries like the United States, the UK and Germany enforcing anti-corruption laws. But that has recently changed in a dramatic way.
Volkswage AG said in a statement Sunday that German prosecutors have extended an investigation into alleged market manipulation to include two board members including chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch.
VW has admitted installing cheating software that gave false results on emissions tests on more than 11 million diesel vehicles sold worldwide.… Continue Reading
State mouthpiece People’s Daily recently announced a marked decline in government officials’ wanderlust following the installation of GPS devices in their vehicles.
On average, officials in Guangzhou (Guangdong Province) drove about 27 percent less once they knew they were being tracked, resulting in potential savings of $805 per vehicle per month, the newspaper said.… Continue Reading