(Recasts with planned warning strikes next week) By Paul Carrel and Franz-Norbert Piontek BERLIN/LEINFELDEN-ECHTERDINGEN, April 27 (Reuters) - Around 200 workers at Siemens went on strike to press their pay demands on Friday and trade union IG Metall promised to target other top German firms with more severe industrial action next week. In the southwestern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, the union said it would stage a stoppage at DaimlerChrysler early on Monday and again on Wednesday, ...
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