German Rail Strike Cut Short as Parties Agree on ArbitrationRichard Weiss
A rail strike that had threatened to cripple industrial production and commuting in Europe’s largest economy was cut short on Thursday after Deutsche Bahn AG and the GDL train drivers union both said they agreed on an arbitration.
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