The French government presented a watered-down version of its contested labour market reform on Monday and Prime Minister Manuel Valls appealed to unions to give it their backing.
Valls said he was hoping for a "new start" for the reforms which he said the Socialist government had modified after listening to the "questions and concerns" raised by the original text.
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