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PostPosted: Thu 14 Jun - 10:20 (2018)    Post subject: Junaid Jamshed Reply with quote

BERLIN Marshawn Lynch Raiders Jersey , July 24 (Xinhua) -- German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported Monday that Daimler AG at least partially withdrew from secret meetings with other carmakers which it deemed problematic with view to competition law.


The Stuttgart-based company's decision was supposedly prompted by the 1.1 billion euros (1.28 billion U.S. dollars) fine imposed by the European Commission after the world's largest truck maker had been found guilty of forming a cartel of truck manufacturers in 2011.


Speaking to Xinhua, a Daimler representative confirmed that the company had put a "comprehensive competition law -- compliance program" which it continuously "improves and adapts" in place but decline to comment on speculations "as a matter of principle."


Leading German automotive firms are under suspicion of having formed an illegal cartel. Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Volkswagen have allegedly held secret and illicit meetings since the 1990s to coordinate vehicle technology, cost, suppliers, markets and strategy.


Nonetheless, tensions appeared to surface between producers as Uwe Hueck, head of Porsche's worker's council, said he felt "betrayed" by the "tricks" of corporate sister company Audi. The brands Porsche and Audi are both owned by Volkswagen AG.


The German Federal Competition Authority (Bundeskartellamt) refused to comment on ongoing investigations as a matter of principle. Suspicions of collusion on steel prices for the automotive industry had first already led competition authorities to conduct searches back in the summer of 2016.


The European Commission has been alarmed by the accusations against German carmakers and is also investigating the alleged formation of a cartel. Newsmagazine Spiegel reported that the Commission had already seized documents and begun questioning employees.


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There were no survivors after a plane carrying 47 people crashed into a mountain in northern Pakistan on Wednesday, the airline's chairman said, as recovery operations continued late into the night at the remote crash site.


The military said 40 bodies had been recovered and rescue efforts involved about 500 soldiers, doctors and paramedics. The bodies were shifted to the Ayub Medical Center in nearby Abbottabad, about 20km (12 miles) away.

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""There are no survivors, no one has survived,"" said Muhammad Azam Saigol, the chairman for Pakistan International Airlines. PIA-operated flight PK661, which crashed en route from Chitral to the capital, Islamabad.


Junaid Jamshed, a well-known Pakistani pop star turned evangelical Muslim cleric, was among those feared dead, an airline official said.


PIA said the captain of the flight had reported losing power in one engine minutes before its plane lost contact with the control tower en route to the capital.


The airline said the plane crashed at 4:42 pm local time (1142 GMT) in the Havelian area of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, about 40km (25 miles) north of Islamabad. Chitral, where the flight originated, is a popular tourist destination in Pakistan.


Saigol said the ATR turboprop aircraft had undergone regular maintenance and in October had passed an ""A-check"" maintenance certification, performed after every 500 flight hours.


He said a full investigation of the crash, involving international agencies, would be conducted.


""All of the bodies are burned beyond recognition. The debris are scattered,"" Taj Muhammad Khan, a government official based in Havelian, told Reuters.


Khan, who was at the crash site, said witnesses told him ""the aircraft has crashed in a mountainous area, and before it hit. Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale NCAA Jerseys China Wholesale NBA Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale College Basketball Jerseys Wholesale NBA Jerseys Cheap NCAA Jerseys Online Cheap New NBA Jerseys Wholesale Hats Wholesale Adidas NHL Hoodie Wholesale NCAA T-Shirts


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