Paris is under pressure to find a solution before the Euro 2016 starts on June 10.
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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is determined not to join a long list of politicians who have conceded defeat to protesters, he told the Journal Du Dimanche newspaper, as the government prepares to dig in its heels on labor reform.The government is under pressure to find a solution to the latest standoff before the June 10 start of the Euro 2016 football tournament in France, which the CGT has threatened to disrupt.Finance Minister Michel Sapin emphasized the government's stance.For all the tough talk, however, another minister said that the government could not let the Euro 2016 tournament be disrupted because it would be bad for France's image.
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