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France's economy minister was pelted with eggs Monday as a strike against labor reforms disrupted rail services for a sixth day but seemed to be running out of steam.Participation in action against the labor reform is dwindling with just 8.5 percent of rail workers still on strike, the SNCF state railway said before crucial negotiations between management and unions over a reorganization of working time.Rail connections remained seriously disrupted, however, as the company worked to secure a truce before the Euro 2016 football tournament kicks off in France Friday. The strike is costing the rail company close to 20 million euros ($22.70 million) a day in ticket exchanges, reimbursements and lost freight business, an SNCF source said.
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