BERLIN, April 27 (Reuters) - Around 200 workers at German conglomerate Siemens went on strike on Friday to press their pay demands and trade union IG Metall promised to step up the industrial action next week. The Siemens workers in the eastern city of Erfurt stopped work temporarily, IG Metall said. In Leipzig, some 150 workers at two other companies held warning strikes for around an hour. The industrial union wants employers to raise their pay offer. The warning strikes would be more ...
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