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12 March 2015
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Author: Süddeutsche Zeitung, Klaus Ott

In Griechenland soll gegen ehemalige Mitarbeiter und Manager von Siemens im Laufe des Jahres ein Prozess vor dem Oberlandesgericht Athen beginnen. Es geht um angebliche Schmiergeldzahlungen in Griechenland. Die Liste der Betroffenen reicht bis hin zu...

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3 February 2015
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11 December 2014
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Der Rüstungskonzern Rheinmetall zahlt für Schmiergelder, die in Griechenland geflossen sind, ein Millionen-Bußgeld. Die Bremer Rheinmetall-Tochter Rheinmetall Defence Electronics (RDE) werde einen Bußgeldbescheid der Bremer Staatsanwaltschaft von 37...

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Gender diversity on boards strongly linked to companies’ success, says Credit Suisse Research Institute report

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19 May 2014

Intl. Trade Union Confederation releases Global Rights Index ranking countries' protection of workers' rights; Cambodia, Central African Rep., Saudi Arabia, Qatar worst countries for workers

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19 May 2014

New ITUC Global Rights Index - The world’s worst countries for workers

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A global leaderboard in the race to protect workers’ rights was released...at the ITUC World Congress in Berlin. The ITUC Global Rights Index ranks 139 countries against 97 internationally recognised indicators to assess where workers’ rights are best...

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1 May 2014

Regional briefing on business & human rights in Western Europe: "A challenge to end business-related human rights abuses"

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