* Metal workers, employers agree deal after mediation * Deal sees wage rise of 3.2 percent over 22 months * Option of local "crisis" deals remains under deal STOCKHOLM, March 26 (Reuters) - Sweden's main industrial unions and employers agreed a wage deal on Friday that will give workers in the hard-hit sector pay rises of 3.2 percent over the coming 22 months, the employer association said on Friday. The head of the Swedish Industrial and Metal Workers' Union, IF Metall, which has ...
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