BERLIN, June 30 (Reuters) - A shortage of skilled labour is beginning to seriously crimp production in Germany's large metals and engineering sector, a senior official at employers group Gesamtmetall said in a newspaper interview. The comments, from Gesamtmetall managing director Heike Maria Kunstmann, are the latest sign that the German economy, which grew at a six-year best of 2.8 percent last year, is pushing up against its limits. Gesamtmetall represents 3.4 million German workers, ...
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