BERLIN, Nov 20 (Reuters) - German rail operator Deutsche Bahn has made a new wage offer to train drivers embroiled in a months-long dispute, the head of the country's largest rail workers union said on Tuesday. Norbert Hansen, head of the Transnet union, told reporters that progress had been made in secretive discussions between Deutsche Bahn and renegade train drivers' union GDL, which last week staged the biggest rail walkout in German history. "There is a new offer but the talks are ...
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