PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Truck drivers abandoned road blocks mounted across France in a pay feud on Monday evening, easing fears of a repetition of three similar blockades in the 1990s which dried up petrol stations and halted food supplies. The blockades, which began on Sunday night and peaked at almost 40 on Monday, had petered down to one by 1700 GMT, France's National Road Information Centre said in an update. "It's all over," said a spokesman for the centre. Union leaders ...
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