The German dual system of interest representation is set on two pillars. One comprises industry-wide regional collective agreements between trade unions and employer associations. The second consists of works councils, legally-based bodies representing the employees of an establishment. Legally the two institutions are independent but in practice there are manifold interdependencies.
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