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German prosecutor says is in touch with U.S. authorities on Daimler

FRANKFURT German prosecutors, who searched Daimler's offices this week as part of an investigation into diesel pollution, are talking to U.S. authorities, the Stuttgart public prosecutor's office said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-German prosecutor says is in touch with U.S. authorities on Daimler

* Daimler has warned U.S. regulator could eye Mercedes-Benz (Adds detail from quarterly report)

BRIEF-Daimler says acquires 15 percent in LSH Auto International

* Daimler and Lei Shing Hong foster further cooperation with Daimler's acquisition of 15 pct of LSH Auto International Limited

Daimler board members not targeted in German prosecutor probe: source

FRANKFURT Daimler's board members are not personally under investigation as part of a fraud probe being conducted by the Stuttgart public prosecutor, a company source said on Tuesday.

Daimler board members not targeted in German prosecutor probe -source

FRANKFURT, May 23 Daimler's board members are not personally under investigation as part of a fraud probe being conducted by the Stuttgart public prosecutor, a company source said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-German prosecutors search Daimler in emissions probe

* Raids tied to fraud probe, exhaust manipulation (Adds prosecutor's statement)

BRIEF-Stuttgart prosecutor says 11 sites searched in Daimler probe

May 23 The Stuttgart prosecutor's office and the Baden-Wuerttemberg state police in a joint statement on an investigation of Daimler AG employees:

Daimler says German prosecutors search premises in emissions probe

FRANKFURT, May 23 German carmaker Daimler on Tuesday said the Stuttgart public prosecutor’s office would search Daimler premises as part of a fraud probe related to the possible manipulation of exhaust-gas after-treatment in diesel-engine cars.

Germany must invest to keep up in electric cars: Merkel

KAMENZ, Germany Germany and its auto industry must invest heavily to ensure it is not left behind by the shift to electric cars, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday as she laid a foundation stone for a new battery factory for Daimler unit Accumotive.

Germany must invest to keep up in electric cars - Merkel

KAMENZ, Germany, May 22 Germany and its auto industry must invest heavily to ensure it is not left behind by the shift to electric cars, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday as she laid a foundation stone for a new battery factory for Daimler unit Accumotive.

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