BERLIN, June 24 (Reuters) - German engineering employers said on Tuesday they hoped to resume talks on Thursday or Friday with union IG Metall to try and end strike action in eastern Germany which has hit the country's key auto sector. "The negotiations will be resumed and the employers are ready," said Werner Riek, spokesman for the employers' group Gesamtmetall. The strike, aimed at reducing weekly working hours for engineering workers in eastern Germany from 38 hours to the western ...
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