French trucker crisis talks suspended


PARIS, Nov 22 (Reuters) - French truckers' unions and haulage industry bosses broke off crisis talks on Friday aimed at averting nationwide road blockades, and will meet again on Saturday, a representative of transport employers said. "The meeting is suspended. We will meet again tomorrow at 1400 GMT," he said. The talks were aimed at averting road blocks of the kind that crippled freight and supplies in France several times in the 1990s, and truckers are expected to start blockades on ...

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