Dieselgate 3.0: Fiat Chrysler Snubs Berlin, Leaves It With The Nuclear Option


Yesterday, I told you that it would be Fiat Chrysler’s turn to appear in front of Germany’s dieselgate commission to discuss allegations of its own shenanigans. Well, I lied. Instead, Fiat Chrysler’s lawyers submitted a letter stating that Marchionne’s men wouldn’t come to the meeting, that they won’t cooperate with Germany’s ministerial commission, and that they will talk to Italian authorities only.

Germany’s Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt was suitably miffed by the move, but there is nothing he can do, at least not at the moment.

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