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Emmanuel Macron will receive the bosses of the CAC 40 on Friday


PARISIAN INFO. The leaders of CapGemini, Axa, Air Liquide, Orano (Ex-Areva), Schneider Electric, Dassault Systèmes, L'Oréal, among others

Parade of big bosses at the Élysée!

This Friday, January 13, at lunchtime, Emmanuel Macron receives, according to our information, a host of representatives of the CAC 40 to talk about the attractiveness and economic development of France in the world.

A dozen multinationals are thus expected under the golds of the Republic, and not the least: CapGemini, Axa, Air Liquide, Orano (Ex-Areva), Schneider Electric, Dassault Systèmes, L'Oréal and others who, in a few days, from January 16 to 20, will go to the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland).

Emmanuel Macron will take the opportunity to take their pulse on their future investments.

And at the same time deliver a message that could not be clearer: "In a world that is going through crises, the President of the Republic wants France to continue to move forward and pull out of the game", confides his entourage to boast , once again, the efforts made at the top of the State to continue to resist better than the neighboring countries.

“A small French miracle, while elsewhere in Europe many economies are entering recession”, we support at the Elysée, to respond to regular criticism from the opposition on government policy in terms of protection of power of purchase.

"Continue to create jobs and absorb the shock of the energy crisis"

Three days after the presentation of the very explosive pension reform, intended to "save the system", and also to reassure European partners about France's budgetary trajectory in the years to come, the President of the Republic is therefore continuing his initiatives at the bedside of the economy.

Tuesday, January 10, he was still having lunch with Franco-German economists to reflect with them on the mechanisms for ending the inflation crisis.

“He is struggling to find solutions to continue to create jobs and absorb the shock of the energy crisis,” insists a relative.

What is more, at a time when the showdown with the United States continues around the IRA (the Inflation Reduction Act), this law adopted this summer across the Atlantic to develop a package of protectionist measures whose impact on their own industry worries Europeans.

Last December, during his State visit to the United States, the President of the Republic managed to obtain some concessions from Joe Biden, while pleading for Europe to also acquire its own tool to counter the IRA.

Perhaps a first point: this Wednesday, January 11, Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced that Germany was ready to rally to this position.

Source: leparis

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