(Adds union call for action Sunday, talks Saturday, Raffarin) By Paule Bonjean PARIS, Nov 22 (Reuters) - French truckers' unions rejected pay offers at Friday crisis talks aimed at averting nationwide blockades of the kind that crippled freight and supplies in the 1990s, and called on truckers to ready for action on Sunday. The government scheduled further talks for Saturday but the two main unions, the CFDT and CGT, accused it of letting things get out of hand and issued a joint ...
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