(Adds detail on port, retail, steel sectors) By Dave Graham and Naomi Kresge BERLIN, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Public sympathy for the union behind Germany's biggest rail strike seemed to be waning on Friday when millions of commuters struggled to get to work in freezing weather. The 62-hour walk-out by the GDL train drivers' union over pay has crippled goods transport and hit the steel and retail sectors, raising fears the strike could have a lasting impact on the economy if a solution is ...
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