Blockades overnight as French trucker talks fail


By Mark John PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Truckers erected overnight road blockades across France on Monday, threatening the country with transport paralysis after last-ditch pay talks between employers and major trade unions collapsed. France's five-month-old government warned it would take action to prevent a repeat of bitter conflicts in the 1990s that crippled key industries and disrupted trade. Police were deployed to protect border crossings and key industrial sites. Protesters used ...

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