FRANKFURT, June 24 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW said on Tuesday it expected to re-start production of its key 3-series model on Monday following a shortage of parts due to strikes in eastern Germany. Production was halted on Monday at its Munich and Regensburg factories, which together build more than 1,650 of the mid-sized cars per day. Trade union IG Metall said earlier on Tuesday it would halt strike action at the east German car parts supplier ZF Friedrichshafen, which ...
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