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I knew trading week but still no reprieve for the beleaguered carmaker Volkswagen its stocks still in the doldrums on Monday having foreign about thirty five percent in the past week sources say three are in deep change that the companies or branch has been suspended and German prosecutors are now investigating the former chief executive Martin vin to quote the frog his replacement has been lifted from the old guard Volkswagen a bad move according to Reuters breaking news columnist all actual big Bertha rent reform are forgotten mantle on when we're on the ground either knew about it didn't ask the right questions , but is he the right man to steer the company through the crisis baiji's crispy Jim think so it probably better they've got someone in from inside the foam rubber bringing someone you'd at risk with bringing something new that they might get rid of a lot of good elements with the battle , the company , the bright and can't get away from the talk titled Volkswagens troubles a threatening to spread to its rivals one campaign group is pointing the finger at BMW Mercedes and Porsche it's released data suggesting some new because nt more fuel on the road internal part three or the industry denies evidence of a widespread problem