(Wraps earlier stories, adds quote, detail, background) BERLIN, June 25 (Reuters) - Leaders of German engineering union IG Metall and employers are to meet on Thursday to try to end a strike by eastern German metal workers demanding a shorter working week, IG Metall head Klaus Zwickel said on Wednesday, "There will be a meeting on Thursday in which (the head of Gesamtmetall employer organisation Martin) Kannegiesser and I will be present," Zwickel told journalists in Berlin. An ...
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