(Rewrites with comment from Ford, analyst) BERLIN, March 29 (Reuters) - Employers in Germany's key engineering sector faced their first stand-off with union IG Metall on Wednesday over wage talks as thousands of workers joined temporary walkouts across the country. Employers said they wanted a swift deal in wage negotiations for the nation's 3.2 million metal and engineering workers. "We cannot afford a long and drawn out procedure," said Martin Kannegiesser, president of the ...
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