Macron targets public sector with possible voluntary redundancies

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Unions described it as a 'massive public-sector jobs cut plan in disguise' which did not augur well in a country still with 'mass unemployment'.

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Some French government employees could be offered voluntary redundancy as President Emmanuel Macron pursues plans to shrink the state in a country with one of the highest public spending ratios in the world, reports Reuters.