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SEC PROBES DAIMLERCHRYSLER

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating allegations that German automaker DaimlerChrysler AG maintained at least 40 secret bank accounts to bribe foreign government officials, which is illegal for companies that sell stock in the United States.

The charges were made in a recent whistleblower lawsuit filed by a certified public accountant from Michigan, who apparently learned of the accounts during a business trip in 2001 to Stuttgart, Germany.

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