IG Metall to halt strike at key BMW supplier


BERLIN, June 24 (Reuters) - German engineering union IG Metall said on Tuesday it will halt strike action on Thursday at the east German plant of car parts supplier ZF Friedrichshafen in a move set to allow carmaker BMW AG to resume production. The strike had stopped production on Monday at BMW's Munich factory, where it builds 800 of its 3-Series cars per day and at Regensburg, where it makes 850 of the mid-sized cars. About 10,000 workers were affected. "In this individual case we ...

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