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France and the European risk

The low share of the poll obtained by the presidential majority at the European Parlement elections and the decision taken by the president of the Republic to call snap legislative polls at the National Assembly carry the risk to sink France into a major political crisis and to worry financial markets. The prospect of a victory of the far-right parties which for years are criticizing the European Union, after having even proposed to exit from it and to abandon the euro, constitutes a real threat. In case of a lack of majority after these elections, it also opens the possibility ...

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french public debt : the wrong debate

The creation, by the National Assembly, of a select Committee in charge of inquiring about the situation of the public finances, chaired by a deputy, belonging to the opposition, a member of the republican party, Philippe Juvin, is just another new episode of this long controversy about the country public indebtedness. But what is the importance of the report which is going to be elaborated? Is it to make a pressure on the government during the preparation of the 2025 finance bill which will be presented in September or is it to make an objective analysis of the origin and ...

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China and France

The visit of the president Xi Jinping has given a good image of the personal relations between the two heads of States but has not brought any progress, regarding the major geopolitical stakes as about the economic relations between the two countries. The celebration of the 80th anniversary of the recognition by France of the Popular Republic was more a pretext than an historical demand because it was important that, in the current tense international context, any opportunity was good to take to exchange positions. But that does not mean that concrete results were inevitably obtained and these ones ...

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