Lebanese PM's stay in Paris clouded by unpaid salaries row

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Laid-off French workers for the struggling family-owned business of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who arrived in Paris early on Saturday from Saudi Arabia after announcing his resignation and who is due to return to Beirut by Wednesday, are demanding that he settle claims for a total of about 15 million euros in unpaid wages.

No Quick Rise in Wages, Hollande Tells Unions

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