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3 May 2016

Germany: Association of Ethical Shareholders criticises Daimler over human rights & environmental issues

At its Annual General Meeting on 6 April 2016, Daimler was criticised by the Association of Ethical Shareholders for causing environmental damage, selling military vehicles to autocratic regimes, and using employment agencies to cover parts of its workforce.

The allegations are provided in German below, as well as the English version and German version of Daimler's response.