Herr Uchiyamada, Toyota setzt stark auf die Brennstoffzelle als Antrieb der Zukunft. Was macht Sie so sicher, dass dies der richtige Weg ist? Vorweg möchte ich sagen, dass wir uns nicht nur für Brennstoffzellen einsetzen, sondern insgesamt für die Elektrifizierung der Fahrzeuge. Wir machen dies seit dem Ende des vorherigen Jahrhunderts, weil uns klar geworden war, dass es mit den begrenzten Ressourcen und der Umweltverschmutzung nicht mehr nur mit dem Verbrennungsmotor weiter gehen wird.
VW labor leaders fear management is reducing their power to shape the carmaker’s decisions. If this is true, the balance of power could be shifting in favor of shareholders, especially the Porsche-Piëch families. A conflict brewing between VW’s employees and management escalated last week to the point that the two camps could no longer be in the same room. The works council leaders boycotted a dinner traditionally held on the eve of a key meeting of VW’s supervisory board.
Cost overruns, long delays on a Turkish contract and a corruption scandal in Israel haunt the company. When the giant industrial concern ThyssenKrupp releases its annual results on Thursday, the focus will likely be on the company’s unprofitable steel division, which is being merged with Tata Steel UK and hopes to return to profit by cutting thousands of jobs. But ThyssenKrupp’s Achilles heel is not in its steel business.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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