Rarely does the leader of a country or corporation link character virtue with air pollution. But in early December, the new chief executive of Volkswagen, Matthias Müller, did just that in his first explanation of what the German car company will now do after being caught altering the software in millions of its cars to cheat on emissions tests.
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