No Quick Rise in Wages, Hollande Tells Unions

New French president delays decision on his campaign pledges on minimum wage and retirement age until after June's crucial legislative elections.

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Paris - Labor unions have gone on the offensive, urging François Hollande to quickly deliver on his social campaign pledges, but France's Socialist president pushed back any decision until after next month's legislative elections, reports The Wall Street Journal.