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December 10, 2014
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron (L) speaks with Labour Minister Francois Rebsamen during a press...
Paris, France
French Economy Minister Macron speaks with Labour Minister Rebsamen during a press conference to present...
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron (L) speaks with Labour Minister Francois Rebsamen during a press conference to present the "Law on Growth and Activity" plans, a package of measures aimed at stoking employment by freeing up some of France’s strict labour rules and regulations, at the Elysee Palace in Paris December 10, 2014. France's government proposed a reform bill on Wednesday that is crucial for avoiding EU sanctions but risks being watered down by left-wing lawmakers angry with the President's deregulation drive. The bill - which polls show the French themselves broadly support - aims to let shops open more often on Sundays and resolve disputes over firings more rapidly. It includes plans to deregulate the legal trade and cut red tape for construction. REUTERS/Lionel Bonaventure/Pool (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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