HANOVER, Germany, Feb 21 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Continental AG is close to announcing a deal with workers over how to phase out production at a passenger-tyre plant in Germany, it said on Tuesday. "We expect to be able to present results (of negotiations) this afternoon," a spokeswoman said before a joint news conference by the company and the IG BCE union. Under terms of a deal taking shape, Continental was expected to push back the date for closing car-tyre production ...
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