Two years into presidency, Macron refocusing economic reform drive

Reuters | May 13, 2019

Two years into presidency, Macron refocusing economic reform drive
When Emmanuel Macron became French president two years ago he promised a clean break with the past. Within months of taking office he had cut tax on companies and investors and made hiring and firing easier via changes to labour laws. Two years on, and after six months of ‘yellow vest’ street protests against his pro-business reform drive, the 41-year-old former investment banker is steering the economy with a new focus on households and boosting their incomes.

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John Wayne of US Federal Contractor Registration discusses subcontracting opportunities, Past Performance and the Government Accountability Office at the National Black Chamber of Commerce in downtown Chicago, IL on July 11th, 2014.

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John Wayne of US Federal Contractor Registration discusses subcontracting opportunities, Past Performance and the Government Accountability Office at the National Black Chamber of Commerce in downtown Chicago, IL on July 11th, 2014.