HANOVER, Germany, Feb 21 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Continental AG and workers have reached a deal over how to phase out production at a passenger tyre plant in Germany, the IG BCE union said on Tuesday. Continental has agreed to push back the date for closing car tyre production in Hanover to the end of 2007 from the end of this year as once planned. There will be no forced layoffs, chief union negotiator Werner Bischoff told reporters. Continental, the world's ...
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