(FILES) This file photo taken on March 10, 2015 shows a VW Golf car pictured inside the so-called car towers of car manufacturer Volkswagen AG (VW) at the company's assembly plant in Wolfsburg, central Germany. / AFP / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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German car giant Volkswagen, scrambling to contain a massive pollution test cheating scandal, said Sunday it would begin rotating staff to keep better tabs on its operations.Employees in key roles will switch jobs more often than is currently the case, VW supervisory board chief Hans Dieter Poetsch said in an interview with the Welt am Sonntag newspaper.Poetsch added that the "four-eyes principle" of at least two people being involved in key work would become a company watchword.Volkswagen was plunged into its deepest-ever scandal in September, when it was forced to admit it had installed emissions cheating software into 11 million diesel engine vehicles worldwide.
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