75% of Belgian VWs affected in the emissions scandal fixed by the end of 2017Wednesday, 20 December 2017 12:34
In addition on Tuesday, the Brussels Civil Court moreover declared as admissible the collective action being taken by Test-Achats against Volkswagen and D'Ieteren Auto as joint defendants. The organisation Test-Achats, which defends consumer rights, compiled approximately 8,000 cases for those wishing to take part in this collective action.
This chain of events has arisen as, in 2015, Volkswagen confessed to having installed a type of software capable of falsifying the results of anti-pollution checks on 11 million of its vehicles.
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