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France Taps Into Strategic Fuel Reserves Amid Long Lasting Refinery Strikes


France has been forced to tap into its strategic fuel reserves to resupply gas stations that have run out of fuel as strikes by workers at refineries and depots disrupt production for a second week.

The French government said on Wednesday that the country had used strategic fuel reserves to resupply stations. Government spokesman Olivier Veran acknowledged “tensions” but said there was no shortage of fuel stocks on a national level. He urged consumers not to panic-buy.

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