French postal strike 23rd September

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French unions representing postal workers have called a one day strike for tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd September. They are protesting against planned changes by La Poste which they say will mean the privatisation of the postal service and could lead to the loss of up to 300,000 jobs, more than 50% of La Poste’s workforce.

Turnout for postal strikes is traditionally very low – around 20% – but inevitably there will be delays in the days that follow, so if you have French customers waiting for parcels, it’s something to bear in mind.


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