No plans yet for France to ration petrol despite refinery strikes

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Roughly one in five French petrol stations are not being supplied as usual and strategic oil reserves are likely to be used this weekend.

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The French government will not ration petrol for drivers or restrict the use of service stations in response to supply problems linked to refinery strikes, environment minister Christophe Béchu said on Saturday, reports the Financial Post.