(Recasts with new wage offer) By Sylvia Westall BERLIN, Nov 21 (Reuters) - German rail operator Deutsche Bahn made the train drivers' union GDL a new wage offer on Wednesday after the two sides held talks in a months-long dispute. The GDL said it would hold no further strikes until at least Monday. Its members went on a 62-hour strike last week, the longest rail walkout in German history which paralysed train traffic in Europe's largest economy. "We have received an offer and we will ...
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