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Economic crisis: Will the Socialists impose austerity? (part 2)


July 14th is upon us - time to take stock of the first two months in office of Socialist president François Hollande and his government. They have begun to carry out some reforms. But one word has not been pronounced by any minister: "rigueur", which means austerity. What will the government be able to do in these dire economic times?

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