Bank of France euro workers go on 24 hour strike

FRANCE - Bank of France workers responsible for distributing euro notes went on strike for 24 hours on Tuesday, the latest in a series of labour disputes to disrupt the introduction of the single currency in France.

"We have decided on a renewable 24 hour strike to stress our demands on working conditions, wages and to protest against management's poor communication," Michel Pedelahore, national secretary of the SNA union of workers at the bank, said.

The workers would decide on Wednesday

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