BERLIN, June 26 (Reuters) - Germany's IG Metall engineering union said on Thursday exploratory talks aimed at stopping a strike in eastern Germany ended with the two sides still far apart. IG Metall engineering union chief Klaus Zwickel and Martin Kannegiesser, head of employers' federation Gesamtmetall, had met to hammer out the basis of a deal ahead of talks on Friday. After the talks ended, IG Metall said it still planned to resume formal negotiations with employers on Friday. ...
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