(Adds Schroeder comment) BERLIN, June 27 (Reuters) - Negotiations between engineering union IG Metall and employers restarted on Friday amid hopes for a deal to end a strike in eastern Germany for a shorter working week that has hurt output in the country's key car industry. Despite little progress at exploratory talks on Thursday, IG Metall chief negotiator Hasso Duevel said he hoped for a deal as formal negotiations got underway on Friday. "We are very interested in solving the ...
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