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Volkswagen Group to benefaction sustainability news on Twitter for a initial time


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• Interim change per a company’s environmental, mercantile and social
  shortcoming to be published on May 4th
• Exclusive highlights of a news are accessible in allege on underneath a hashtag #VWCSR
• Board of Management members yield discernment into vital issues
  surrounding sustainability

The Volkswagen Group is presenting a annual sustainability news on a amicable networking use Twitter for a initial time. Starting today, critical snippets on topics of economic, environmental and amicable sustainability are being distributed exclusively around this information channel. The finish sustainability news for 2014 will be published subsequent Monday, May 4th.

For a initial time, a new news includes essays on strategically applicable topics created by Board of Management members. For instance, in a section “Strategy” Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of a Board of Management of Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, writes about a new epoch of a vehicle (“How can we figure a changing world?”). In a section “Economy”, Chief Financial Officer Hans Dieter Pötsch shares his views on a swell of globalization and a altered change of energy in a universe economy (“Uncertainty is a new normality – And business needs to understanding with it”).

Dr. Horst Neumann, Member of a Group Board of Management obliged for Human Resources, evaluates a consequences stemming from a digitalization of a operative sourroundings in a section “People” (“Industry 4.0 – A vital practice opportunity”). In a section “Environment”, Prof. Dr. Jochem Heizmann, Member of a Group Board of Management as good as President and CEO of Volkswagen Group China, analyzes a pivotal purpose insincere by a growth of electric cars in a rebate of CO2 emissions (“Electrifying China with a tailor-made potency strategy”). Bernd Osterloh, Chairman of a General and Group Works Council, comments in an talk on a workforce’s joining in a margin of amicable shortcoming (“When it comes to sustainability, we can never do enough”).