By Caroline Brothers PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - French retailers reported sporadic signs of disruption as striking French truckers began erecting roadblocks on Monday, but company officials and analysts said it would be several days before blockades really hit the sector. Auchan, France's second biggest food retailer, said it had been hurt by the strike action at two of its stores in the Seine-Maritime area, near Le Havre in France's northwest. "We have had trouble getting supplies to ...
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