Emmanuel Macron unveiled on October 12 the “France 2030” plan, which plans to invest 30 billion euros over five years in 15 priority sectors in order to revive industry and innovation in France.
This announcement is primarily political: it is part of the President's campaign for his re-election, who now puts “whatever the cost” at the service of his candidacy and intends to take full advantage of the confusion that reigns within his opponents.
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However, the emphasis placed by Emmanuel Macron on industry and innovation is legitimate.
Since the beginning of the 21st century, France's dropout has accelerated, with a decline from the 4th to the 7th economy in the world.
The industry crisis, whose weight in GDP fell from 24% to 10% of GDP, was the driving force, because it plays a decisive role in the quality and volume of employment, in the innovation and export.
There is no doubt that the recovery of France requires its reindustrialisation and a vigorous
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