This article is from Figaro Magazine
Obviously, it's clever. By authorizing the sale of fuel at a loss by the end of the year, the government hopes to calm consumers without costing the state a cent, since it is the distributors who will be out of their pockets. Provided, however, that they accept the maneuver, which was not the case at the time we were screwing up this number.
We are in front of a perfect example of what the mayor of Cannes, David Lisnard, calls funny the "anything, whatever it costs". Because nothing is consistent in this matter: the government promotes thermal vehicles by lowering the price of fuel at the very moment when it presents its "ecological planning" with great deception; it creates compensation to compensate small distributors for the perverse effects of a measure it has just announced ; He encourages mass distribution to sell at a loss while he strictly forbade it before...
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