BERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) - German employers and engineering union IG Metall broke off talks aimed at ending a strike in East Germany, employer sources said on Saturday. Negotiations between engineering union IG Metall and employers had re-started on Friday and went into the early hours of Saturday amid hopes a deal could be reached to end a strike that has lasted for almost four weeks. The talks have failed, employer sources said. Workers at car and steel plants in the still depressed ...
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