Total says fuel distribution unaffected by protest strikes

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PARIS (Reuters) – French oil major Total (PA:) said on Monday that strikes against the government’s pension reform were having no impact on its fuel supply and distribution.

“Our gas stations are well stocked on Monday. The protest movement that has been announced will have no impact on the supply of our network from Jan. 7 to 10 and beyond,” Total said in a statement.

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