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Hino’s workplace culture resulted in 20 years of lies about CO2 emissions

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This week an investigation into the lies of the truck and bus maker Hino Motors revealed why the brand has manipulated emissions data about gas-guzzling engines for the past 20 years. Their excuse: corporate culture.

Hino Motors, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corp, was found in March to have falsified data regarding the carbon emissions and fuel performance of four engines — a fraud dating back to at least 2003.

Unfortunately, emissions scandals are nothing new.

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