Volkswagen's Emission Scandal

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VW EMISSION SCANDAL
As technology progresses in our world everyday , workplace mainly shifts to technofirms. We , as people , now more need engineering in our lives. At this points executives and corparations have to ensure that their employees and managers are working in the ethical borders. In this essay , I will give the facts and details abount the VW emissions crisis and discuss the reasons. I will also share my opinions and recomendations about VW scandal. Volkswagen shocked with emission scandal. Scandal had started when the United States Enviromental Protection Agency (EPA) declined that Volkswagen’s emissions tests on the production of diesel cars are not true. Nearly half million cars demanded to withdraw from the market. The
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Volkswagen Group after it was found that Volkswagen had intentionally programmed turbocharged direct injection (TDI) diesel enignes to activate certain emissions controls only during laboratory emissions testing. The programmin caused the vehicles NOx output to meet US standards during regulatory testing but emit up to 40 times more NOX in real-world driving. Volkswagen deployed this programming in about eleven million cars worldwide and 500.000 in the United States during model years 2009 through …show more content…
First of all people were trusting Volkswagen as a company but this scandal is kinda betrayel to people who trusted VW and used their vehicles. Now when a consumer wants to buy a car from VW s/he will have a prejudice in his or her mind. Secondly Volkswagens this scandal gave a huge damage to environment. For this reason Vollkswagen has violated the first rule of code of ethics. And now they can not take back the damage tahat they caused the nature. In the third rule it says ′ Issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner.′ but what Volkswagen did was deceiving the public. When we come to fourth rule, maybe the emission scandal was done and known by just a small group in Corporation but it made everyone else in the company looking guilty. Volkswagen not just threatened company′s image but also people′s working there. As the fifth principle it says avoid deceptive acts but what VW did was completely the opposite. And for the last fundemantal this scandal was very far away from honor, responsibbility, ethics, and

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