IG Metall will seek wage rise of up to 5.5 pct

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FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Germany's IG Metall trade union expects to seek a wage rise of up to 5.5 percent for workers in the metal and electrical sectors, its chairman Berthold Huber said. "We will propose that the board agree a demand of up to 5.5 percent. This number applies to a 12 month period," Huber said late on Tuesday in comments embargoed for release Wednesday. He added that he envisaged a quick conclusion to wage negotiations this year. ...

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