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Change of course? Macron concessions fail to satisfy 'Yellow Vests'

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What will it take to end it? The first major concessions of Emmanuel Macron's presidency aren't enough for France's Yellow Vests to call off their leaderless movement. They vow to return to the capital next Saturday despite measures that include tax-free overtime and a 100 euro a month work bonus, the equivalent of an 8 and-a-half percent increase in the minimum wage. What more can Macron do?

Added on the 11/12/2018 20:02:45 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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