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BERLIN (Reuters) – German services union Verdi on Thursday said Lufthansa (DE:LHAG) had walked away from negotiations over a package to cut staff costs after the flagship carrier received a 9 billion euro ($10 billion) government bailout to secure its future.
“The refusal is a slap in the face of the employees,” Verdi deputy chairwoman Christine Behle said in a statement, adding that Lufthansa was demanding income cuts without giving guarantees for jobs security.
German union says Lufthansa stopped negotiations on crisis management and jobs
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