Brussels The exhaust scandal of Volkswagen makes now also within the European Investment Bank (EIB) in Luxembourg for a headache. “We are very concerned about the allegations, including the evidence that VW executives have behaved inappropriately and possibly criminal,” said a representative of the development bank Handelsblatt. About the possible consequences to speak, but was still too early. One was with the carmaker in conversation, to “make an overall picture” itself.
Volkswagen in Love Storm : “I do not want another car driving than my VW Golf”
information from the According to Bank are currently a total of Volkswagen contracted from EIB loans amounting to 1.8 billion euros. An additional 500 million euros in loans from the EIB are already approved in principle but not yet paid to VW. The EIB requires Volkswagen now information about what was conveyed to the already granted loans in detail.
Much of the loans granted by the EIB to VW loan will promote activities and resources for the development of low-emission and fuel-efficient powertrains and components, and for investment for the introduction of appropriate vehicles and their production.
The years loans granted are part of a funding program to support investment in research, development and innovation with the aim of reducing emissions and improving energy efficiency in the European transport sector.
So VW could the” Diesel Gate “costs shoulders