France Insists It Will Go Through With Labor Reform, Day After Protests | 9/12/2017 | Staff
PARIS (Reuters) – French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Wednesday that he would pay attention to demonstrations against his planned labor reforms but pledged to push through with them, a day after protests took place nationwide.

Thousands of hard-left trade unionists marched through French cities on Tuesday to protest against President Emmanuel Macron’s labor law reforms, although turnout appeared lower than at demonstrations in previous years.

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After weeks of negotiations, the government last month set out measures including a cap on payouts for dismissals judged unfair, and greater freedom...
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