By Swaha Pattanaik PARIS, Nov 19 (Reuters) - French commuters faced fresh misery on Monday but transport unions offered a glimmer of hope that they could end a six-day strike over pension reforms. The unions will vote later on Monday over the strike action, after agreeing on Sunday to reopen talks on government plans to do away with pension privileges that allow some public sector workers to retire 2.5 years earlier than the norm. Still, most unions have so far stopped short of ...
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