(adds numbers of strikers) By Karin Strohecker BERLIN, March 29 (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of industrial workers in Germany sent a warning to employers on Wednesday, staging temporary walk outs in a simmering dispute over wages. More than 80,000 workers in the key metal and engineering sector across Europe's largest economy downed tools temporarily and protested in the streets to underline the union's bid for a 5 percent wage hike from employers such as Siemens , Ford and ...
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