BERLIN, June 27 (Reuters) - Negotiations between union and employers were set to restart on Friday to try to end a strike in eastern Germany for shorter hours that has hurt output in the country's key car industry. Exploratory talks on Thursday between IG Metall union leader Klaus Zwickel and Martin Kannegiesser, head of the Gesamtmetall employers' federation, ended with the two sides still far apart. Despite the entrenched differences, formal negotiations were due to resume in Berlin at ...
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