VW CEO says anti-pollution rules may hit profits, car sales

FRANKFURT, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Volkswagen Group's Chief Executive Herbert Diess warned that new anti-pollution tests pose a risk to the carmaker's profit targets. VW has warned that production of up to 250,000 cars will be delayed as it struggles to adapt its vehicles to a new anti-pollution test, the Worldwide Harmonized Light Duty Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). In a press conference on Wednesday to discuss second-quarter results, Diess said the ongoing ...

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