German Pay Talks Get Tense
-- With German unemployment nearing 12%, the bargaining over municipal workers' pay was bound to be tense. But the Mar. 2 nomination of Gerhard Schroder as the Social Democratic Party's candidate for Chancellor in September is adding spice. Striking garbage collectors and bus drivers are demanding 4.5% wage hikes, perhaps emboldened by the prospect of a new government.
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