By James Mackenzie BERLIN, July 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's deal to extend working hours, following hard on a similar move by industrial group Siemens, has cleared the way for more open deals in Germany's collective wage system, analysts said on Friday. DaimlerChrysler workers agreed to work longer hours and renounce a number of perks that had long been anchored in their pay deal to secure 6,000 jobs at the carmaker's Sindelfingen plant by saving 500 million euros ($613.1 million) a ...
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