Bank of France printing employees continue strike

FRANCE - Employees at the Bank of France's printing plant at Chamalieres in the Puy-de-Dome department yesterday continued their strike observed since 12 September.

The strike is over night-time working. Management wants the printers to be operated non-stop for four days, whereas the strikers would prefer to work 19-hour days for five days.

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