(Rewrites with government reaction, management pay cut, details, shares) By Sabine Siebold STUTTGART, Germany, July 23 (Reuters) - Employees at carmaker DaimlerChrysler agreed on Friday to work longer hours and give up perks to secure 6,000 jobs in Germany in a deal that will save 500 million euros ($613 million) a year from 2007. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder greeted DaimlerChrysler's agreement with the IG Metall union as "a victory for common sense" that would strengthen ...
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