DaimlerChrysler (now Daimler)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Germany

In October 2007, following the sale of most of its Chrysler unit, DaimlerChrysler changed its name to Daimler.

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1 December 2000

Mercedes Benz: Industry and Human Rights

Author: Gaby Weber, Le Monde Diplomatique, Southern Cone edition

During the Argentinian dictatorship at least 13 members of the union Internal Commission at Mercedes Benz disappeared...While the criminal prosecution was not allowed in Germany against Daimler Chrysler, German justice did allow proceedings against the...

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1 December 2000
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Author: Gaby Weber, Le Monde Diplomatique, edicíon Cono Sur

...Durante la dictadura desaparecieron por lo menos trece miembros de la Comisión Interna sindical de la Mercedes Benz en Argentina...Mientras la denuncia penal no se acceptó contra Daimler Chrysler en Alemania, la justicia alemana abrió la causa...

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12 January 2001

DaimlerChrysler Fights Back as AIDS Damages Productivity in South African Plants

Author: EuropaWorld

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19 June 2001

Daimler Provides AIDS Help To Employees in South Africa

Author: Robert Block, Wall Street Journal

German-American car maker DaimlerChrysler AG's South African subsidiary has launched perhaps the country's most far-reaching corporate program to manage AIDS among employees and dependents, including providing free antiretroviral drugs to infected...

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27 September 2001

GM bias lawsuit settled for $1.25 million

Author: Joe Miller, Detroit News

Automaker to adopt policies to fight discrimination: General Motors Corp. will pay $1.25 million to 16 workers at a Linden, N.J. [New Jersey], assembly plant to settle lawsuits charging the company with sexual and racial discrimination. The automaker...

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23 October 2001

BP to build Singapore stations for hydrogen cars

Author: Reuters

British energy group BP and the Economic Development Board (EDB) yesterday signed a letter of intent to build hydrogen refueling stations for future Singapore motorists driving hydrogen-powered vehicles. In May, the EDB signed a similar letter of...

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4 January 2002

Policy Note: The Future of the Global Compact Learning Forum

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24 January 2002

CorpWatch article criticises UN Global Compact (refers to Aventis, DaimlerChrysler, Nike, Rio Tinto, Norsk Hydro, Royal Dutch/Shell, Unilever)

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes references to Aventis, DaimlerChrysler, Nike, Rio Tinto, Norsk Hydro, Royal Dutch/Shell, Unilever]

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24 January 2002

Greenwash + 10: The UN's Global Compact, Corporate Accountability and the Johannesburg Earth Summit

Author: Kenny Bruno, CorpWatch

[includes reference to DaimlerChrysler]

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