Collectively, VW AG is a joint stock-oligopoly.
This is because Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft quite literally translates into "Peoples Car, Joint-stock company".“Under my leadership, Volkswagen will do all it can to develop and implement the strictest compliance and governance standards in the whole industry.” ,claims Matthias Mueller due to not only its recent emissions incident, but also its many deceptive acts which it is facing billions in fines for.
Volkswagen owns Audi, Bugatti, Bentley, Ducati, Daimler-Benz, Lamborghini, MAN SE, Porsche, Scania AB, SEAT, Skoda, and of course Volkswagen AG.
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Frequently asked question
-With the name of the company sprawled out over a multitude of other companies it has greatly increased the base of profit, and it has also reduced the risk of running it head first into the ground as all of the corporations prove a safety-net in the instance that one were to "fall".
How risky is the business overall?
-Very, like previously stated the name of VW is straddled across a vibrant array of companies that provide support in times of dire need of assistance. On a minuscule view it much safer than perhaps having only one or two other legs as opposed to eleven with an additional three hundred-forty subsidiary companies.