Germany’s IG Metall Looks for Union Agreement

The Wall Street Journal
Feburary 13, 2012

Berthold Huber is in for a tough few weeks: The head of IG Metall, Germany’s biggest labor union, needs to forge a new pay agreement for around 3.6 million workers in the automotive, machinery, metal and electronics sectors, the industrial backbone of Europe’s largest economy.

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