PARIS, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Pay talks between employers and trade unions representing a majority of French truckers collapsed without a deal on Sunday, raising the prospect of crippling nationwide road blockades, union sources said. "The trade unions representing the majority (of truckers) now call for our action to be pursued and our determination is now all the stronger," CFDT union negotiator Joel Le Coq told reporters at the talks just outside Paris. Witnesses had reported two ...
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