By dint of rejoicing in better than expected growth - France's GDP should ultimately grow by just over 6% this year, even 6.3% according to the Banque de France - and more tax revenues than 'anticipated at the start, the executive is taking a serious risk: that the idea that there is a "pot", an unexpected inflow of money, part of which could come to them, takes hold in the minds of the French. one way or another.
A good way to reward them for having made efforts during the crisis, they who did not always have the feeling that the State has, as it is however the case, protected their purchasing power or maintained their level. of life…
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Yet it is risky to let such an idea take hold.
The French still have in mind the previous "pot" of the year 2000. Taking advantage of a global rebound, hexagonal growth had taken off, leading to unexpected inflows into the state coffers.
Jacques Chirac then accused his first
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