Could a victory for the Blues on Sunday in the World Cup final signal the end of the troubles for the French economy?
According to a commonly held belief, a triumph in a major football tournament would have a positive economic impact in the winning country.
Even the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire affirmed it in 2018, a few days before the world coronation of the band to Didier Deschamps.
I'm not going to quantify the points of GDP, but it's good for growth
," enthused the tenant of Bercy.
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