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Le Figaro's letter of March 22, 2023


The economy trapped by rising interest rates, an interview with Édouard Philippe, and Kylian Mbappé at the head of the France team.

Dear readers,

Would the global economy be caught in a vice by rising rates?

Between letting inflation explode and restricting access to credit, the choice is not easy for central banks.

Several months after the credit crunch, the consequences are being felt for individuals, businesses, but also for banks.

If credit contracts, the presidential majority would do well to expand.

In any case, this is what Édouard Philippe thinks.

In an interview with Le


, the former Prime Minister believes that a broad coalition must be built, ranging from Republicans to certain left-wing elected officials who do not identify with the Nupes.

We will also talk about Kylian Mbappé who has just been named captain of the France team, and Quentin Tarantino who publishes a book on cinema.

Happy reading, and have a nice day!

Martin Bernier

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The economy trapped by rising interest rates

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Source: lefigaro

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