UPDATE 1-German metalworkers see 4-5 pct wage hike demand


(Adds background) HANOVER, Germany, Nov 21 (Reuters) - German metalworkers are likely to demand pay hikes of four to five percent in the next wage round in 2006, the branch of IG Metall union from the state of Lower Saxony said on Monday. "At heart there's a demand for more money. A demand of between four and five percent is emerging," the union said, referring to comments by IG Metall Lower Saxony chief Hartmut Meine. IG Metall is Germany's largest industrial union, with some 2.4 ...

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