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France's prime minister said Tuesday the government was suspending the fuel tax increase for six months following nationwide protests in recent weeks.



"In order to appease the country, we have decided - with the French president - to suspend the fuel tax increase," Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said at a news conference.

The planned increase was supposed to take effect in January.


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