As of October 1, officials working in Seine-Saint-Denis, a department often designated by its number, 93, pronounced “9-3”, will receive a bonus of 10,000 euros if they stay there for five years.
It was also on October 1 that Bercy set up a
in the words of Minister Bruno Le Maire, to designate the private equity fund Bpifrance Entreprises 1, managed by the public bank Bpifrance, whose he objective is to channel the savings of the French towards SMEs.
These two initiatives, which are brought together by chance of the calendar, have nothing to do with each other.
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There are two similarities between these government finds, however.
Both claim to influence the behavior of teachers or police officers who are reluctant to remain in a hardly idyllic “93”, just like
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