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France Faces New Pension Strikes
French unions are holding another day of nationwide strikes over President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to push through unpopular pension reforms. Pensions last week ended in chaos with hardcore fringes clashing with riot police. Caroline Connan reports on Bloomberg Television. (Source: Bloomberg)