BERLIN, March 26 (Reuters) - The head of Germany's metal and electrical industry employers' association has urged the IG Metall union to accept more flexible working hours as temporary stoppages loomed in a pay dispute, a newspaper reported on Sunday. Gesamtmetall President Martin Kannegiesser said in an interview with Der Tagesspiegel newspaper, that the sector urgently needed a loosening of labour rules to allow a longer working week. The interview was released in a preview ahead of ...
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