The nsu robbery trap

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How the terror group financed itself? – part 4 of the telepolis series on the "nsu"

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Exhaust emissions scandal: hesse to sue vw

In the wake of the emissions scandal, hesse has joined bavaria in suing volkswagen for damages. The state had lost about 3.9 million euros due to the loss in value of volkswagen shares, hesse’s finance minister thomas schafer (cdu) explained on friday. The lawsuit should be filed with the braunschweig regional court in the coming days, she said. "Anyone who invests his money in shares must also accept losses. However, we do not have to accept losses caused by the fact that a joint stock company has violated its notification obligations. Vw has done so," said schafer.

Hesse reportedly held volkswagen shares until the emissions scandal came to light. They were part of a package of equipment for the country’s supply backlog. Around 2.2 percent of the shareholding had been affected.

At the beginning of august 2016, bavaria had announced that it would sue volkswagen for damages due to the consequences of the diesel scandal. Like other plaintiff investors, bavaria ames that volkswagen informed too late about the risks of the emissions fraud. The stock had been on a downward slide after the scandal broke a year ago. Volkswagen had so far rejected all investor complaints as unfounded and emphasized that it had duly fulfilled all notification obligations.

Achorary Revolt at Toshiba

The shareholders of the scandal-plagued japanese industrial group toshiba surpassed the chairman of the chairman of the company, osamu nagayama,. This is so unusual in japan. Observers evaluate this as a breakthrough to make japan’s scanned companies more transparent and accountable.

The deduction of nagayamas had preceded an independent examination. She has loud new york times uncovered that conductors of toshibas have worked with the japanese government to burst prere on investors. Accordingly, the toshiba group management council was worried about the plan of the in-singapore-accessible rough action effissimo capital management, to elect a new supervisory rate.

Fuhrungsfarfte toshibas then turned to officials of the japanese ministry of commerce to jointly move effissimo capital management. The 139-page examination report of three independent investigators describes how the management toshiba’s hand should have worked in hand with government officials to influence the result of the last-year-old annual general meeting. A high-ranking toshiba manager even demands that company and government the renitentians actions "mess up". Among the officers mentioned is today’s prime minister yoshihide suga.