German engineering union IG Metall wins a 4% wage increase in the German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, home to DaimlerChrysler AG’s Stuttgart headquarters and some Mercedes manufacturing plants. Analysts predict the raise likely signals the end of IG Metall’s 2-week strike, which has affected not only DC, but also Porsche AG, Volkswagen AG and their component suppliers. However, strikes are continuing in the Berlin region and the state of Brandenburg. Union members will receive a 4% pay ...

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