German railways, train drivers reach pay deal
BERLIN (Reuters) – German rail operator Deutsche Bahn has reached a pay deal with train drivers, ending a dispute that led to three rounds of strike action over recent weeks, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Deutsche Bahn as well as the GdL train driver’s union refused to comment on the matter ahead of a news conference that they would hold in Berlin later. Business Insider was the first to report that both sides had reached a settlement.
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