PARIS, Nov 22 (Reuters) - The French government on Friday pledged firm action to ensure that road blockades threatened by truckers to start this weekend will not inflict the same damage on the country's economy as previous disputes in 1996 and 1997. Truckers and haulage firms are due to hold last-ditch talks on Friday to resolve a pay and working hours dispute. The row comes as French farmers continue to block exits to about 60 food depots around the country in a separate dispute with ...
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