(Updates with planned blockades paragraphs 4, 6-7, government statement, 8-9) By Mark John PARIS, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Transport chaos loomed across France on Sunday as last-ditch pay talks collapsed between employers and major truckers' unions who began erecting road blocks throughout the country. Police were deployed to keep key border crossings free and stood by at other vulnerable sites such as oil refineries as the government vowed to stop the fragile economy being hit by a repeat ...
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