BERLIN, June 27 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said on Friday he hoped and expected a deal would be reached this week to end a strike in the east German engineering sector, which has hurt output in the country's key car industry. "In the interest of the economic development and in east Germany in particular. I hope this conflict will be resolved as soon as possible," Schroeder told a news conference. "My hope and my expectation is that this can be solved this week." ...
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