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"Priority to the Right" rule

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I have been looking at road signs for France so that I will be aware them. I see this "Priority to the Right" sign...my question is, will I see this sign very often? It seems, if I am reading the description correctly, that one gives way to cars coming from the right. I also read that even if there is no sign, you are expected to give way if it is a priority intersection/area.

Is it similar to our merge?
Any info will be appreciated.

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