By James Regan PARIS, July 27 (Reuters) - One of France's main unions said on Friday it was ready to negotiate on wages and conditions in the country's struggling auto sector. Force Ouvriere's (FO) metalworkers division called the industry's decline "real and alarming" and pledged to cooperate with efforts by the new Socialist government to boost competitiveness while preserving jobs. The FO union is "ready to take part in new negotiations aimed ...
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