(Updates with air dispute; petrol rationing; truckers in Marseille, Valance, Genevilliers) By Brian Love PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Truck drivers set up roadblocks across France on Monday in a pay feud, while airlines scrapped dozens of flights due to a walkout by air traffic controllers and tens of thousands of public sector workers prepared for protest marches. The industrial action by truckers, who mounted almost 40 blockades across the country, started to bite soon after they ...
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