Daimler chief removed after 'racist rant' in China

Daimler chief removed after 'racist rant' in China

German carmaker Daimler has apologised and removed a senior executive from his job after he allegedly made racist remarks in a row over parking in China.
Rainer Gaertner, Daimler's trucks and buses president in the country, also allegedly used pepper spray on bystanders who intervened.
Chinese media said the incident took place in a Beijing car park on Sunday.
Daimler said the altercation was "a purely private issue, which has now been resolved in an amicable manner".
In a statement, the company added: "Such an incident reflects in no way the values of Daimler and we... read more

22 November 2016 in Business, Views: 45
Source: BBC

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