French truck blockade would hit petrol retail hard


By Marguerita Choy PARIS, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Oil supplies at French petrol stations would run dry after a week if truckers go ahead with threats to mount road blockades across the country in a pay dispute, oil industry experts said on Friday. The impact on the country's refineries would be less immediate, with production cuts only likely after a few weeks of blockades. No major effect was expected on international oil markets, they said. Truckers, who crippled parts of the economy with ...

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