French protesters voiced anger over reduced buying power, high unemployment -- measured at 9.6 percent at the end of the fourth quarter, 2010 -- and job cuts in the public sector, while showing support for popular uprisings across the Arab world.France has avoided British-style austerity measures in the wake of the global economic crisis. But Sarkozy has still pushed through a salary freeze for public sector workers and raised the minimum retirement age by two years to 62 -- infuriating voters.
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