BERLIN, June 24 (Reuters) - German engineering employers said on Tuesday talks with the IG Metall union aimed at ending a strike in the eastern German engineering sector would likely be restarted on Friday. A spokesman for the employers said the talks would most probably take place in Berlin. He said the employers' main aim would be to reach a settlement that would not lead to additional costs.
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