President Emmanuel Macron warned that the year 2023 would be "
a somewhat difficult moment in our history
" because of the "
slowdown in the global economy
", but hoped for a "recovery which should arrive in 2024, Saturday on TF1.
I know that the days are hard, that the cost of living weighs on your daily life
," he said in this interview given at the end of his state visit to the United States.
Nevertheless, France is "
among those who are doing the best
", assured the President of the Republic.
We will continue to hold on, we will absorb this shock, and we must now revive things, through reforms - on work, education, health, pensions - to be stronger
", he said. added.
the year 2023 will undeniably be marked by a slowdown in the world economy, we can already see it dawning, several of our neighbors are already entering recession
", warned Emmanuel Macron.
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We must continue the work and prepare for a recovery which I think should happen in the year 2024
," said the head of state.
We have everything to come out stronger, bigger from this somewhat difficult moment in our history, and we may have more than many of our neighbors, so we will get there
,” he wanted to reassure.