BERLIN, June 23 (Reuters) - German engineering union IG Metall said on Monday it aimed to resume talks with employers from Thursday to resolve a dispute over working hours in east Germany but warned it may take measures in the west if no deal was reached by the weekend. IG Metall is fighting to cut the working week for east German engineering workers by three hours to match the west German standard of 35 hours. Strikes by east German engineering workers have entered their fourth week, with ...
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