The time for talking is over, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday, as the government ordered more fuel depot staff back to work to try to restore petrol supplies that have been disrupted by strikes for weeks. The government said it had requisitioned six workers at a TotalEnergies depot in Dunkirk, northern France, and would do the same at its Feyzin depot in the southeast this afternoon. The oil company and unions representing a majority of its workers reached a pay deal including a 7% increase and a bonus on Friday , but the company failed to end its dispute with the hardline CGT union, which is demanding a 10% pay rise, citing inflation and huge profits made […]