BERLIN, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Wage talks between Germany's largest industrial union, IG Metall, and employers adjourned this week and the union is now planning a wave of warning strikes to pressure employers before the next negotiations. The engineering and metalworkers trade union is demanding a four percent pay rise for 2004 for 3.5 million engineering workers at car giants like DaimlerChrysler and BMW as well as at a host of smaller engineering firms. Employers have offered IG Metall two ...
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