Wednesday, July 5, 2017

French PM warns of more cuts to tackle country’s debt ‘volcano’ | World news | The Guardian
– Angelique Chrisafis in Paris
200) && (this.width >= this.height) ? 200: true); max-height: 200px; height: expression((this.height > 200) && (this.height >= this.width) ? 200: true); border: none;’/>
Edouard Philippe vows to end public spending ‘addiction’ and launch €50bn infrastructure investment programme The French prime minister has vowed to make a raft of public-spending cuts to stem France’s “intolerable” reliance on state borrowing, which he said had left the country dancing on a debt “volcano”. In his opening speech to parliament on Tuesday, Edouard Philippe side-stepped the notion of one-size-fits-all austerity, instead insisting that the plan of the new centrist president, Emmanu.  show all text
posted by friends:
@EURACC on Twitter
@EURACC: Retweeted Guardian news (@guardiannews):

French PM warns of more cuts to reduce debt ‘volcano’…

@guardiannews on Twitter
@guardiannews: French PM warns of more cuts to reduce debt ‘volcano’
posted by followers of the list:

Vía All News on ‘The Twitter Times: Muzaffar69/corpgov’