Tough choices face French president in stabilising the economy and jobs
French President Francois Hollande is hugely unpopular and accused of being too weak to impose economic reforms by one side or to create a stimulus through public spending by his left wing supporters. A government reshuffle is on the cards as ministers bicker over policy. His decision on which way to jump after just one year as president will have ramifications for France and Europe.
<i>The divide is growing between French President Francois Hollande and the left wing which is asking for more spending policies. But combined pressure from Germany, the European Community and economic reality is forcing the French government to make greater reforms and impose deeper cuts which make...
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