Deutsche Post AGM: DHL under fire from investors over presence in occupied Western Sahara
The issue is a test case for EU’s human rights due diligence law initiative
The presence of German courier and logistics firm DHL in Morocco-occupied Western Sahara was challenged yesterday at the AGM of parent company Deutsche Post, by a group of grassroot shareholders.
Germany’s Association of Ethical Shareholders (Dachverband der Kritischen Aktionärinn…
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