BERLIN, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Germany's GDL train drivers' union, which staged the country's biggest rail strike last week, is ready to hold talks with rail operator Deutsche Bahn on Tuesday to try to resolve their pay dispute, its leader said. Although the two sides are still far apart in their 9-month long industrial conflict, it is the first sign in weeks that they could meet for talks. The union, which insists its workers are underpaid compared to their counterparts in Europe, has ...
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