BERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) - The head of Germany's IG Metall trade union said on Saturday he would recommend calling off of a strike by engineering workers in the depressed former communist east that has hurt the country's key car industry. IG Metall president Klaus Zwickel told journalists in Berlin he would recommend to the union's board on Monday that the strike, which has dragged on for almost a month, should end. IG Metall and employers broke off talks early on Saturday morning after ...
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