* Once-outspoken Montebourg now confronts French jobs crisis * Blaming companies won't solve the problem, analysts say * Union anger at job cuts bodes ill for prospects of reform By Catherine Bremer PARIS, July 27 (Reuters) - Arnaud Montebourg, a tousle-haired leftist with a fiery streak, endeared himself to French TV viewers last year when he used a debate among presidential contenders to demand an end to the jobs pain he says ...
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