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A balanced budget

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How to cut taxes and finally get out of the Keynesian dead end

In the United States as in most European countries, the economy is crushed by government debt and the most urgent task is a balanced budget. The French government’s ambition is therefore laudable, but the means applied are inadequate and even counterproductive. Having barely reined in the increase in public spending, it has implemented strong tax hikes on households and companies.

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