BERLIN, June 25 (Reuters) - Leaders of German engineering union IG Metall and employers are to meet later on Wednesday, a source said as a three-week long strike in the East German metal industry was set to continue. Employers and the IG Metall engineering union agreed on Tuesday to resume talks on Friday, seeking to end a strike for shorter working hours in formerly communist eastern Germany which has caused disruptions across the country.
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