By Emma Thomasson BERLIN, June 23 (Reuters) - The IG Metall union and employers might resume talks soon to try to end strikes by workers in eastern Germany that are now hurting output at factories in the west, employer sources said on Monday. Sources from the Gesamtmetall engineering employers' federation told Reuters they expected a formal invitation from IG Metall to restart negotiations before Wednesday, when representatives are due to meet in Berlin. "It would make sense if IG ...
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