BERLIN, June 24 (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement said on Tuesday that Germany's standing as a place to do business and invest in was at risk from the engineering strike in eastern Germany. Clement said he was aware it was unusual for politicians to express opinions on labour disputes. "But this is so unusual that I see it as my duty to warn that Germany's standing as a business location and especially eastern Germany's standing must not be allowed to be endangered," ...
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