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Germany: IG Metall responds positive to 3% salary increase


The country’s largest trade union, IG Metall, recently approved a 3.4 percent wage hike for Germany’s southwest region, which is the home bases of automakers such as Daimler and Porsche. The union, which has a workforce representation of 3.7 million employees, previously proposed a 5.5 percent salary increase for the current year, claiming the growth registered lately justified the claim. On ...
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