(Recasts, adds quotes) By Klaus Lauer BERLIN, June 28 (Reuters) - Germany's IG Metall trade union conceded defeat on Saturday in its campaign for shorter hours for engineering workers in the former communist east, saying it would call off strikes that have hurt national car production. After talks through the night broke off on Saturday without a deal, IG Metall president Klaus Zwickel told journalists in Berlin he would recommend to the union's board that the strike, which has dragged ...
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