BERLIN, June 26 (Reuters) - The heads of Germany's engineering union and employers' federation held closed-door talks on Thursday aimed at preparing the ground to end a strike in eastern Germany that has hurt the country's key car industry. IG Metall engineering union chief, Klaus Zwickel, and Martin Kannegiesser, head of employers' federation Gesamtmetall, are meeting at a secret location, an employers spokesman said. They are seeking to hammer out the basis of a deal ahead of formal ...
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