By Dave Graham BERLIN, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Germany faces the prospect of unlimited rail strikes this week that could inflict serious damage to Europe's largest economy and even hurt neighbouring countries. Locked in a long-running pay dispute with Deutsche Bahn, Germany's GDL train drivers' union has threatened to launch strikes that will last indefinitely over the coming week if the national rail operator does not improve a wage offer for the union's 34,000 members. Germany experienced ...
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