French rail unions at crossroads as rolling strikes end

In most recent two-day stoppage only 10% of SNCF workers downed tools, as participation waned after disputed reform’s passage in parliament.

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French railworker unions on Wednesday began the last of 18 scheduled two-day work stoppages as a united front, concluding unprecedented rolling strikes that began on April 3. But French commuters have yet to see the light at the end of the tunnel, reports FRANCE 24.