By Wolfgang Mulke BERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) - German engineering union IG Metall and employers were both still apart on Saturday in marathon talks aimed at ending a strike in eastern Germany that has hurt the country's key car industry, union sources said. Employers and IG Metall had resumed negotiations on Friday and have talked for over 14 hours, amid hopes a deal could be struck to end a strike for shorter working hours, which has lasted for almost four weeks. The talks were still ...
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