PARIS, June 23 (Reuters) - The head of Europe's largest carmaker, Volkswagen AG , said on Monday strikes by engineering employees in eastern Germany would have lost it 20,000 units of production by the end of the week. "We will lose 20,000 cars at least by the end of this week," Bernd Pischetsrieder said on the sidelines of an auto industry conference in Paris. Members of the engineering union IG Metall are striking in support of a campaign to reduce the working week in eastern Germany ...
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