By Brian Love PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Truck drivers set up roadblocks across France on Monday after pay talks collapsed and airlines scrapped flights ahead of a walkout by controllers. Truckers, angry about a pay offer from employers that split the trade union movement, mounted some 36 blockades by early Monday watched by police with orders not to let them paralyse the economy. "The right to strike must not be confused with blockading the country," Transport Minister Gilles de Robien ...
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