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Tuch resigns from VW
Volkswagen quality assurance boss quits amid emissions crisis
11 Feb 2016
- Frank Tuch, Volkswagen Group’s quality assurance chief, has resigned from the German brand amidst the diesel emissions scandal.
- While not being accused of any wrongdoing, Mr Tuch leaves Volkswagen after six years in the role.
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