CGT shuns TotalEnergies talks as French petrol crisis drags on


Despite the government requisitioning key refinery staff to get petrol flowing again, nearly a third of gas stations still have supply problems.

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The CGT union at the core of a weeks-long strike at oil major TotalEnergies slammed the door to talks on Friday, leaving more moderate unions to reach a wage deal as industrial action continues to leave French petrol stations short of fuel, reports Yahoo! News.