The supervisory board of Volkswagen has requested an immediate investigation into who ordered the tests in which the monkeys were exposed to the toxic gases of diesel.
BERLIN – A German court has deferred the decision on whether to allow a ban on diesel cars in cities to reduce air pollution, a decision that could have drastic consequences for The powerful ntry automotive industry.
The Federal Administrative Court of Leipzig began hearing the case on Thursday and expected to issue a verdict in a matter of hours.
But the judges said that the process had taken longer than expected and set a Feb. date. 27 for a failure.
The court is judging an appeal by two German states against the judgments of a lower court suggesting that prohibiting the driving of particularly dirty diesel vehicles would be effective and should be seriously considered as a means to protect public health.
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