UPDATE 1-Truckers start to block France, but unions split

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By Brian Love PARIS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - French truckers, notorious for throttling freight, fuel and food supplies in the 1990s, mounted road blockades nationwide on Monday in a pay dispute, watched by police with orders not to let them paralyse the economy. Blockades began on Sunday night and numbered 20 early on Monday, including a major one at a food depot in Lille in the north. They were set to snowball ahead of wider national demonstrations by public-sector workers on Tuesday. Two ...

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