(Adds quotes, detail, background) By Kerstin Gehmlich BERLIN, June 25 (Reuters) - Germany's engineering employers were cautious on Wednesday over whether talks with union leaders due later this week could end a regional strike which has caused widespread disruption to the country's key car industry. Engineering and steel workers have been on strike for over three weeks in formerly communist eastern Germany, demanding a reduction in the working week from 38 hours to the 35 hours which ...
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