PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - French truckers launched their sixth round of protest roadblocks in a decade on Sunday night, raising the prospect of serious disruption to international freight, travel and business. Extensive blockades have in the past hit petrol and food supplies, forced manufacturers to halt output, stranded tourists and prompted other countries to demand compensation for losses. Following are details of the main protests and their impact. SEPTEMBER 2000 -- Truckers set up ...
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