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How Action Logement saved its revenues coveted by Bercy

2020-12-01T01:41:17.877Z

A new leader, Nadia Bouyer, from the Court of Auditors, takes office on Tuesday.There are more serene arrivals. Nadia Bouyer takes up her duties as Managing Director of Action Logement this Tuesday in a very specific context. For several months, the former 1% Housing, social housing giant in France (it owns a fifth of low-cost housing) and housing, has been in turmoil. The government, and more particularly Bercy, wants a drastic reform of this juggernaut fueled by company con



There are more serene arrivals.

Nadia Bouyer takes up her duties as Managing Director of Action Logement this Tuesday in a very specific context.

For several months, the former 1% Housing, social housing giant in France (it owns a fifth of low-cost housing) and housing, has been in turmoil.

The government, and more particularly Bercy, wants a drastic reform of this juggernaut fueled by company contributions and led by employers' organizations - Medef and CPME - and the unions.

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At a time when the state's finances are drained, the contribution of companies, which represents 0.45% of each salary, or about 1.7 billion euros per year, whets appetites.

“Bercy's dream is to budget for the contribution,”

reports a source close to the organization.

Clearly, to directly collect this contribution, the Peec, to feed the state budget.

A shift seen favorably by some employers.

“At Medef, some consider

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Source: lefigaro

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