Germany's IG Metall union-stoppages to begin Tues.


BERLIN, March 27 (Reuters) - Some workers in Germany's engineering and metalworking industry will down tools on Tuesday morning to protest against a current pay offer from employers, industrial union IG Metall said on Monday. The powerful engineering workers' union said that staff at carmaker BMW's plant in Leipzig, Saxony, in the east of Germany, would stop work at around 0700 GMT to increase pressure on employers to improve their offer. "Given the positive economic developments in the ...

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