In the media | 22 Apr 2022

France 24: How would France’s economy fare under Le Pen or Macron?

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Daniela Ordonez, Chief French Economist at Oxford Economics, joins Kate Moody from France 24 to break down the different proposals from Le Pen and Macron and what they would cost the French state.

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