BERLIN, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The German government held constructive talks with German ball-bearings maker Schaeffler and its partner Continental AG late on Wednesday, the Economy Minister said early on Thursday. Representatives from those German states most affected by the troubles at the companies, which are groaning under the combined weight of some 22 billion euros ($29.12 billion) in debt, also took part, the ministry said. "The talks were constructive. The companies involved will in ...
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