(Adds background, details) BERLIN, May 30 (Reuters) - Workers in the steel and engineering sectors in eastern Germany prepared to go on strike next week to demand a cut in working hours to match standards in west Germany, the IG Metall union said on Friday. Engineering workers in the eastern state of Saxony joined colleagues in the steel industry in voting for a strike after talks with employers on harmonising working hours broke down. The dispute comes as unions step up pressure on ...
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