(Releads with talks adjourned) By David Evans PARIS, Nov 23 (Reuters) - French truckers and bosses adjourned crisis talks on Saturday without a deal to avert roadblocks throughout the country but agreed to meet again before the action begins on late Sunday. The prime minister appealed for a compromise after union threats to set up roadblocks, revived memories of painful industrial action in the 1990s, which paralysed road and ports and caused widespread chaos. An official at trade ...
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