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Wed, Apr 25 2018

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Daimler joins China's Responsible Cobalt Initiative

LONDON German carmaker Daimler has joined the Responsible Cobalt Initiative, a programme established under a Chinese industry body to tackle risks in the cobalt supply chain arising from artisanal mining.

Daimler joins China's Responsible Cobalt Initiative

LONDON, April 25 German carmaker Daimler has joined the Responsible Cobalt Initiative, a programme established under a Chinese industry body to tackle risks in the cobalt supply chain arising from artisanal mining.

Hostile takeover? Daimler CEO says no fears about Chinese magnate Li Shufu

BEIJING German car maker Daimler AG's boss said on Wednesday there was no indication the firm's largest shareholder, Chinese auto magnate Li Shufu, was planning a hostile takeover after he took a $9 billion stake in the firm earlier this year.

Hostile takeover? Daimler CEO says no fears about Chinese magnate Li Shufu

BEIJING German car maker Daimler AG's boss said on Wednesday there was no indication the firm's largest shareholder, Chinese auto magnate Li Shufu, was planning a hostile takeover after he took a $9 billion stake in the firm earlier this year.

AUTOSHOW-Hostile takeover? Daimler CEO says no fears about Chinese magnate Li Shufu

* Daimler not worried about "hostile takeover" - CEO (Adds further comments from Zetsche)

AUTOSHOW-Daimler CEO: no sign of hostile takeover by top shareholder Li Shufu

* Li not planning to raise Daimler stake - CEO (Adds comment from Zetsche, background on Li's stake build-up))

AUTOSHOW-Daimler CEO says no signs of hostile takeover by Chinese car magnate Li Shufu

BEIJING, April 25 German car maker Daimler AG's boss said on Wednesday there was no indication the firm's largest shareholder, Chinese auto magnate Li Shufu, was planning a hostile takeover, after he took a $9 billion stake in the firm earlier this year.

Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog

MOSCOW Russia's standards agency said on Friday it had been informed about the voluntary recall by German carmaker Daimler of 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars sold from 2014 to 2017.

Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog

MOSCOW Russia's standards agency said on Friday it had been informed about the voluntary recall by German carmaker Daimler of 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars sold from 2014 to 2017.

Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog

MOSCOW, April 20 Russia's standards agency said on Friday it had been informed about the voluntary recall by German carmaker Daimler of 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars sold from 2014 to 2017.

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