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End of German doctor strike

25th August 2006

An eight week strike in Germany has ended after more than 70 000 doctors in German community clinics reached an agreement on salary rises and fewer working hours.

However there is doubt among critics as to whether smaller hospitals will be able to afford the deal. Doctors working in university clinics also ended a three month strike in June.

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Article Information

Title: End of German doctor strike
Author: Sue Knights
Article Id: 711
Date Added: 25th Aug 2006

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British Medical Journal

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