STUTTGART, Germany, Oct 28 (Reuters) - German automaker DaimlerChrysler AG said on Monday it had set up an independent inquiry into the unexplained disappearance of 14 workers' council representatives in Argentina in the 1970s. The move follows pressure from activist shareholders who have drawn attention to the suspected murder and torture of Daimler-Benz labour council members under the military dictatorship in Argentina in 1975-1978. DaimlerChrysler's board has appointed an ...
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