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Siemens AG

Headquarters : Wittelsbacherplatz 2 D-80333 Munich Germany Germany
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Labor 3 Jobs -15% /1998 Fraud 5 Offshore 10 Sales 75 Bn $.€ /year Profit 20 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 604 *min. Influence 5 Infocom 4
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shareholdercountry%source
Siemens, von (famille)Germany
? More shareholders of Siemens AG
year
business
source
2008Siemens is Europe's largest engineering company.Bloomberg
2006Europe's largest maker of medical equipment.Bloomberg
2006Phonak, William Demant and Siemens control approximately 80 % of the market of the auditive equipment in Germany.Les Echos
2006Siemens is the world's second-largest medical imaging equipment maker in the world.Le Monde
2006The world's fifth-largest manufacturer of windmills.Les Echos
2006Siemens is Germany's fourth-largest automobile equipment supplier.Les Echos
2004Siemens sells 3% of the cellular phones bought in ChinaReuters
2004Siemens sells 6% of the optical equipements for telecommunications bought in the world.Les Echos
2004Siemens sold 6,9% of the cellular netsystems installed in China.Les Echos
2004Siemens makes 5,7% of the DSL modems bought in the world.Les Echos
2003Siemens sells 8,7% of the Mobile phones bought in FranceLes Echos
2002Siemens sells 8% of the cellular phones bought in ChinaReuters
2002Siemens sells 8,2% of the cellular phones bought in the world.
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Netherland Antilles Netherland Antilles
Siemens Western Finance NV, Willemstad :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
: construction d'une centrale ?lectrique
 Les Echos
China China
Siemens-Huawei (51%) :
 
China China
Shanghai Sachs Powertrain Components Systems (50%) :
 Les Echos
China China
Siemens Shanghai Mobile Communications Co. Ltd., Jinqiao EPZ :
 
China China
Shanghai Siemens Business Communication Systems Co. Ltd, Jinqiao EPZ :
 
France France
SRTI Lannion :
 Les Echos
Hong-Kong Hong-Kong
Siemens Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
: Production, Les pots de vin pr?sum?s seraient arriv?s "? des destinataires du monde entier" "avec l'aide de soci?t?s ?cran au Liechtenstein, au Panama et aux Iles vierges britanniques", selon le rapport de KPMG
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Challenges
India India
data-processing outsourced at Tata :
 Time
Ireland Ireland
Siemens Ltd, Dublin :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Israel Israel
Arava Power Company (40%) : Production,
 
Jersey Jersey
Landis & Gyr Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
: Production, Les pots de vin pr?sum?s seraient arriv?s "? des destinataires du monde entier" "avec l'aide de soci?t?s ?cran au Liechtenstein, au Panama et aux Iles vierges britanniques", selon le rapport de KPMG
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Challenges
Lithuania Lithuania
Kaunas free economic zone :
 
Lithuania Lithuania
Klaipeda free economic zone :
 FEZ Newsletter
Mexico Mexico
CHIHUAHUA JUAREZ LUIS BLERIOT 6720 PARQUE IND. & 0116 298200 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
DISTRITO FEDERAL AZCAPOTZALCO PONIENTE 116 NO.590 INDUSTRIAL VALLEJO & 015 328 2000 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Mexico Mexico
Maquiladora :
 Human Right Watch
Mexico Mexico
JALISCO TLAJOMULCO DE ZU?IGA A LA TIJERA & 013 8182100 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Panama Panama
: Production, Les pots de vin pr?sum?s seraient arriv?s "? des destinataires du monde entier" "avec l'aide de soci?t?s ?cran au Liechtenstein, au Panama et aux Iles vierges britanniques", selon le rapport de KPMG
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Challenges
Philippines Philippines
Siemens Inc, Manila :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Czech Republic Czech Republic
OEZ : Production,
 
Czech Republic Czech Republic
CKD Dopravni Systemy (60%) :
 Les Echos
Romania Romania
Electroputere Craiova :
 
Singapore Singapore
Siemens Advanced Engineering Pte Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Switzerland Switzerland
: Production, "Au total 250 versements douteux ? hauteur de 43,5 millions de francs suisses ont pass?s entre 2002 et d?but 2006 par une filiale suisse du groupe Siemens", indique un rapport de KPMG.
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Challenges
Switzerland Switzerland
Siemens Schweiz AG, Zurich :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Taiwan Taiwan
:
 
Tunisia Tunisia
:
 US Government Country Business Profile
Turkey Turkey
:
 US Government Country Business Profile
Turkey Turkey
Antalya free zone & 4592000 :
 

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year name
photo position; compensation
source
2007Kleinfeld, Klaus
See the photo of: Kleinfeld, Klaus Chief Executive Officer; stock-options: 6,3 million shares;
AFP
2007Loscher, Peter
See the photo of: Loscher, Peter Chairman;
2007Loscher, Peter
See the photo of: Loscher, Peter Chief Executive Officer; expenses: 8,5 million Eu?;
AFP
2006Kleinfeld, Klaus
See the photo of: Kleinfeld, Klaus Chief Executive Officer; expenses: 5,75 million Eu?;
AFP
2005Kleinfeld, Klaus
See the photo of: Kleinfeld, Klaus Chairman of the Executive committee; salary: 2,69 million Eu?; stock-options: 0,64 million Eu?;
Le Monde
2004Von Pierer, Heinrich
See the photo of: Von Pierer, Heinrich Chairman of the Executive committee; salary: 3,56 million Eu?; stock-options: 1,08 million Eu?;
Le Monde
2003Cromme, Gerhard
See the photo of: Cromme, Gerhard Monitoring Committee;
1999Baumann, Karl-Hermann
See the photo of: Baumann, Karl-Hermann Chairman of the Monitoring Committee;
1999Breuer, Rolph E
See the photo of: Breuer, Rolph E Monitoring Committee;
1999Gandois, Jean
See the photo of: Gandois, Jean Monitoring Committee;
1999Jung, Volker
See the photo of: Jung, Volker Director;
1999Langer,
See the photo of: Langer, Vice-president;
1999Markl, Hubert
See the photo of: Markl, Hubert Monitoring Committee;
1992Von Pierer, Heinrich
See the photo of: Von Pierer, Heinrich Chief Executive Officer;
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2009
-600
Closure/Bankruptcy: Siemens closes its Siemens Metals Technologies factories of Montigny-le-Bretonneux (Yvelines), specialized in the recognition of images, and Saint-Chamond (Loire).: France
Les Echos
2009
-108
Internal restructuring: Siemens restructures its Osram subsidiary in Molsheim, specialized in the manufacture of incandescent lamps.: France
Enerzine
2009
-853
Internal restructuring: Siemens cuts its software development sector.: Austria
AFP
2009
-600
Internal restructuring: Siemens cuts jobs in its wind turbine branch.: Germany
Les Echos
2008
ILO violation 87, 98 : A former Siemens executive, judged for corruption, admitted having poured several tens of million euros to the small trade union AUB, favorable to the group, to create a counterweight to the powerful trade union IG Metall.: Germany
Les Echos
2008
-17200
Internal restructuring: The plan aims to save 1,2 billion euros in 2010.:
Les Echos
2008
-7000
Internal restructuring: Siemens AG cuts 40 percent of its corporate telecommunications unit Siemens Enterprise Networks worldwide work force.: Germany
AP
2007
-600
Internal restructuring: Siemens restructures its subsidiary Infrastructure telecom for business .: Germany
Les Echos
2007
-4500
Merger/Acquisition: The telecom network equipment supplier Nokia Siemens Networks cuts 15% of his world manpower.:
AFP
2006
-1000
Internal restructuring: Siemens restructures its telecommunications division.: Germany
Financial Times
2005
-3000
Internal restructuring: IT services: Germany
Financial Times
2005
-2400
Internal restructuring: Germany
Les Echos
2005
-200
Internal restructuring: Siemens restructures its Nurnberg factory. Workers' representatives conceded cuts in the christmas gratification and agreed to a more flexible work schedule in order to prevent off-shoring of Siemens' transformer production and reduce the number of layoffs from 800 to 200.: Germany
2005
VDO veut d?localiser en R?publique tch?que une partie de la production de son site allemand de Wurtzbourg pour diminuer ses co?ts. Siemens entend conserver ? Wurtzbourg le plus d'emplois possible parmi les 1.600 du site. D'apr?s le syndicat IG Metall, Siemens accepterait de limiter le nombre de suppressions d'emplois sur le site allemand en ?change de r?ductions de salaires et d'un retour imm?diat et sans compensation salariale ? la semaine de 40 heures.:
Les Echos
2005
-950
Internal restructuring: Germany
AFP
2005
-1350
Internal restructuring:
AFP
2005
-91
Internal restructuring:
L'echo
2004
-600
Internal restructuring:
Les Echos
2004
-90
Other:
Les Echos
2004
-5000
AP
2004
-600
Relocation:
AFP
2003
419300
2003
-10000
Relocation:
Lesinfos.com
2003
-970
Internal restructuring:
Bloomberg
2002
426000
2002
-400
BBC News
2002
-4000
Bloomberg
2002
-900
AP
2002
-2000
Les Echos
2002
-6500
Les Echos
2002
-5000
Expansion Directo
2001
-5000
Argus auto
2001
-7000
Les Echos
2001
-900
Ottawa Business Journal
2001
-3000
Ottawa Business Journal
2001
-1600
Les Echos
2001
-2000
Les Echos
2001
-3500
AP
2001
-2000
Les Echos
1999
443000
1999
-850
Reuters
1998
ILO violation 111 : pre-employment pregnancy testing: Mexico
Human Right Watch
1998
416000
1990
-312
Canadian Labour Congress
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
 44 informations, access to subscribers

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome source
2009 Six European and Japanese companies, AREVA, ABB, Alstom, Siemens, Fuji Electrics and Toshiba, shared the European and Japanese markets of electric transformers between 1999 and 2003. The japanese producers were not to sell transformers in Europe and the european producers not to sell some in Japan. The European commission condemned them to a total fine of 67,644 million euros.    
2006 Siemens is fined for having colluded in supplies of gas insulated switchgear, which is needed at sub-stations used to carry electricity to homes, offices and factories in the Czech Republic. "The issue is so-called bid rigging, in which participants agreed among themselves on who will offer what price of gas insulated switchgear so the contract is awarded to the company agreed in advance," the Czech competition regulator said.     Reuters
2006 The company participated to a cartel with its competitors on the gas insulated switchgears market in Europe.     Les Echos
2006 Siemens Medical Solutions USA and two of its executives have been indicted on charges of forming a sham partnership with Faustech, a minority-owned company, to land a $49 million contract in Cook County. Ellen Roth, 61, of Ridgewood, N.J., an in-house attorney for Siemens, was charged with one count each of mail fraud, wire fraud and making false statements to the FBI.     AP
2004   75,173,4   billion US$
2004 Accus? d'entente pour obtenir des march?s publics taiwanais     Les Echos
2003   74,232,44   billion Eu?
2002   84,022,6   billion US$
2001   872,09   billion Eu?
2000   78,47,55   billion Eu?
1999   1,86   billion Eu?
1999   68,59   billion Eu?
1998   70,550,55   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 13 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2008Almost all the activities of the German conglomerate Siemens are concerned with the active corruption, and not only the branch of systems of telecommunications, most exposed up to now, according to the results of an internal investigation. The American law firm Debevoise & Plimpton, in charge of this investigation, "found in almost all the activities studied and many countries of the indices of violations of the anti-corruption rules", according to this official statement. In addition to division "COM" from where the scandal left corruption, the lawyers American examined the activities of Siemens in energy (construction of power stations, electrical supply networks etc), transport (construction of trains) and the equipment medical. : translateAFP
2008An ex-employee of a Norwegian subsidiary company of German Siemens denounced the "culture of corruption and fraud" reigning, according to him, in his former employer. In the book "a mole at Siemens", Per-Yngve Monsen, a former accountant of Siemens Business Services (SBS), reconsiders a business of surfacturation and bribes at the time of the supply by SBS of computers and services to the Norwegian ministry of Defense these last years. Mr. Monsen known as to have tried as of 2002 to alert its hierarchy in Norway on these supposed irregularities then, fault of effects, the head office in Germany in 2004. "Siemens has, with the wire of time, have several occasions to put order in all that but the extreme arrogance which characterizes the current direction in Norway and the old direction in Germany in prevented", declared Mr. Monsen. The step of Mr. Monsen, according to him, had for only effect to start a tracking with "the mole" within the group, which led to the loss of its employment in 2005. Last nine people -- top-graded, civils servant and suppliers -- and three companies also remain under the blow of an investigation for favours, such as weekends in Spain to play the golf, granted by companies, of which Siemens, with persons in charge for the ministry for Defense. : translateAFP
2006Siemens reportedly paid bribes to Greek interior officials and defence ministries linked to a contract it won for the Athens Olympics. A manager of the group, which is currently being probed for corruption, had told prosecutors in Munich that a former Siemens official in Greece had received up to 10% of the company?s revenue in that country to use for bribes. Prosecutors in the Siemens probe are investigating the suspected existence of overseas slush funds containing about e200 million ($260 million), allegedly used to pay bribes to obtain big contracts. A total of seven current and former Siemens employees have so far been arrested in the investigation and six of them are still in custody. The Siemens contract for the Athens Olympic Games in 2004 involved a security system. Slush funds were reportedly held in Austria, Switzerland and Lichtenstein and beneficiaries allegedly included the regime of late Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha. : amount: 200 thousand Eu? translateAFP
2006A group of high managers placed to divert colossal sums, used to corrupt and obtain contracts abroad. Twelve people (of which seven are in prison), are in the line of sight of the investigators. Some 420 million euros of doubtful payments over the 7 last years was detected in the accounts of the company, of which at least 200 million would have been used to pay bribes. Lastly, Mr. Thomas Ganswindt, former owner of division COM and ex-member of the central directory of the company, has been just placed behind the bars. What confirms that at least part of the highest officers of the company knew well about these illegal practices. A Munich court condemns Siemens to a 201 million euros fine. : translateLes Echos
2006Un ancien membre du directoire de Siemens et un ex-salari? de sa filiale Power Generation sont accus?s d'avoir vers? au total quelque 6 millions de pots-de-vin ? des dirigeants du groupe d'?lectricit? italien Enel, entre 1999 et avril 2002. L'argent a transit? par les comptes de plusieurs soci?t?s et fondations au Liechtenstein, ? Duba? et Abou Dhabi. Il aurait facilit? l'attribution ? un consortium emmen? par Siemens de contrats repr?sentant un montant total de plus de 450 millions d'euros, dont 338 millions revenus ? Siemens. : amount: 6000 thousand Eu? : ENEL translateAFP
2005Entente et paiements illicites. Siemens est inculp? de violation de la loi taiwanaise sur les march?s publics de fournitures. : amount: 20000 thousand US$ : Chemins de fer ta?wanais translateLes Echos
2005500 salari?s de Siemens exercent un mandat politique. : : vie publique allemande translateLes Echos
2004Obtenir le contrat de construction d?une centrale ?lectrique ? Belgrade, un contrat de 50 millions d?euros : : Un responsable de l?Agence europ?enne de d?veloppement translate
2003Accus? des paiements illicites pour obtenir un contrat de fourniture d'un syst?me de comptage d'essieux de 27,4 millions de dollars : Des employ?s d'Alcatel Taisel et de Siemens Taiwan, ainsi que des sous-traitants : : Direction des chemins de fer ta?wanais translateLes Echos
2001Contrats au Proche-Orient : translateLes Echos
2000market-based "solutions" to climate change: nuclear energy, pollution emission trading permit. : CEPS (The Centre for European Policy Studies) - Climate Change : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Deregulation and "maximum liberalization" through WTO, GATS : TABD (Transatlantic Business Dialogue) : : US Government / European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Removal of barriers to trade and foreign direct investment, taxation (VAT : GBDe : : WTO translateGBDe
1999Access to public services (privatization through GATS) : ERT (European Roundtable of Industrialists) : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1993The group"s italian executive officers are charged with bribing italian political leaders to win telecommunications contracts. : translateLes Echos
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 15 informations, access to subscribers
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
2006EtatFrance11 million Eu?Les Echos
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
 1 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2007Disinformation: Siemens is launching its most extensive ad campaign ever, as it grapples with "a massive corruption scandal." The "Siemens answers" campaign, developed by WPP's Ogilvy & Mather, will run in "major markets around the globe." Siemens is spending $148 million a year on the three-year campaign, which highlights health care, energy and industrial "technologies being developed by Siemens." In addition to print ads, the campaign will include billboards, television ads and "keyword-based marketing" online. The goal is to "help Siemens regain the public's trust," after allegations surfaced that company managers paid bribes to win infrastructure contracts in several countries.: Wall Street Journal
2006Disinformation: Siemens broadcasted a video news release (VNR) about the Ethanol boom in the United States, a fake TV news, on channel KFJX-14, without disclosure.: PR Watch
2006Disinformation: Siemens broadcasted a video news release (VNR) about the Ethanol boom in the United States, a fake TV news, on channel KTNV-13, without disclosure.: PR Watch
2005slogan: Innover ? la grandeur du monde;
2005slogan: Global network of innovation;
2002Disinformation: PR campaign with TBWA Corporate: public relations: TCB-News
2002slogan: Siemens. Innovation pour la plan?te;
2001ad budget: 192 million US$; Advertising Age
2000ad budget: 249 million US$; Advertising Age
2000 ad
2000 ad
1998ad budget: 127 million US$; Advertising Age
1997ad budget: 124 million US$; Advertising Age


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