France set for 'de facto' end to 35-hour working week

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After new report written on workplace reforms, prime minister Valls says 'exceptions' to 35-hour rule should not be seen as 'transgressions'.

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The French prime minister Manuel Valls has opened the way to the erosion – but not the abolition – of the country’s 35-hour working week, reports The Independent.