FRANCE'S STIMILUS €100 BLN
REUTERS - SEPTEMBER 3, 2020 - The French government detailed on Thursday its 100 billion euro ($118.3 billion) stimulus plan to erase the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis over two years, lining up billions of euros in public investments, subsidies and tax cuts.
The plan earmarks in particular 35 billion euros for making the euro zone's second biggest economy more competitive, 30 billion for more environmentally friendly energies and 25 billion for supporting jobs, officials said ahead of its official presentation…
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