This Thursday morning on the waves of Sud Radio, the Minister of Public Accounts Olivier Dussopt affirmed that
"French growth will be the strongest in Europe in 2021, between + 6.2 and + 6.3%"
according to the forecasts of the 'INSEE and the Banque de France, while adding that the French economy was
"one year ahead of the recovery".
Statements echoing those of Gabriel Attal, who considers that French growth forecasts of around + 6% this year place it
"far above other countries in the euro zone".
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Eight months before the presidential elections, the government is touting the economic policy set during the crisis and seems to see the restart of activity as validation of this policy.
But does France really stand out from its neighbors in terms of growth in 2021?
Are the figures put forward a sham or, conversely, a sign of the country's good economic health?
The latest estimates from the Banque de France
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