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The French government Friday held its first meeting in three months with a union staging protests against plans to reform the labor law but neither side suggested a breakthrough. CGT union chief Philippe Martinez said the talks did nothing to alter plans for street demonstrations next Thursday that the government says could be banned.Tension between the government and the CGT, one of France's two largest unions, rose sharply after an escalation in violence during a street march in Paris this week.
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