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German ruling parties agree steps towards greater pay equality

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's ruling coalition parties agreed on Thursday to rework a draft law on greater fairness in wages between the sexes, in a bid to ensure greater transparency by obliging employers to disclose their pay structures.
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