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Alain Boublil Blog

   

France

The tomorrow economy

Nothing, we are frequently listening, will be as before. The second wave of the covid-19 epidemic is there. The economic rebound which happened during the 3rd quarter, coming after the deep growth fall occurred during the previous quarter is under threat everywhere in the world except in China. So the situation is worrying despite the put in place of economic policies assigned to enterprises protection against the effects of the recession in every country. Behavior of household who have accumulated on their banking and saving accounts a huge amount of money has surprised and their reluctance to consume has ...

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The crisis bill

After having set out his rebound plan intended for supporting the French economy bounce back after the deep recession caused by the covid-19 epidemic, the government, last week has presented his finance bill project along with his social security bill project for the year 2021. These two texts give a first estimation, for the year 2020, of the consequences of the crisis, on public and social security finances, and the figures, open to be updated during the year, regarding expenditures and receipts for next year. So we start to have a more precise idea of the cost for public finances ...

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Environment and the Ecologists

The environment evolution is based on unquestionable statistical data and on physical laws which have been elaborated and confirmed as centuries went by. Ecologists, them, are politicians. They are looking for pleasing electors or some economic interests which support them. They prefer announcements effects, unnecessarily alarmist or deliberately provocative messages to get attention and to be heard, and even to be invited to TV talk shows. Then governments have, or at least they believe it, to take into account their assertions, even when they are not based on anything, to take some of their proposals and, at the end, to ...

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