By Nick Antonovics BERLIN, July 31 (Reuters) - The head of a committee devising German labour market reforms on Wednesday reiterated the aim of slashing unemployment, plans for which may be German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's last chance to win re-election in September. "We are sticking to the idea that in three years we want two million less unemployed," Peter Hartz, personnel director at car maker Volkswagen AG , and head of the so-called Hartz Commission told a news conference after ...
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