PARIS, Nov 22 (Reuters) - A key trade union called on French truck drivers to prepare for action on Sunday evening, after crisis talks with haulage bosses aimed at averting nationwide road blockades were suspended on Friday. Fresh negotiations have been scheduled for Saturday, but CGT union representative Alain Arquier said "a miracle" would be needed for them to reach an agreement over demand for better pay and shorter working hours. "We call for mobilisation from this evening and for ...
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