Oil firm offers talks with French unions to stop fuel depot blockades


Vehicle owners have faced increasingly long waits to fill their tanks after 10 days of strikes by workers demanding higher wages in response to soaring prices.

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Bosses at TotalEnergies said on Sunday they would bring forward annual pay talks with unions if they dropped a blockade of fuel depots and refineries that has led to a shortage of petrol supplies across France, reports RFI.