Wolfsburg (AP) - The charges against VW chief overseer Hans Dieter Pötsch and the current and former CEOs Herbert Diess and Martin Winterkorn employ the supervisory board of the car company. The innermost circle of the control committee wants to still today at a short-arranged telephone conference "about the further procedure advises", it was said in the afternoon from Wolfsburg. The public prosecutor's office Braunschweig had communicated to accuse Pötsch, Diess and Winterkorn because of market manipulation in connection with the exhaust gas crisis.
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