France details 100bln-euro economic recovery plan


The French government has presented a 100 billion-euro recovery plan, dubbed 'France re-launch', to help the economy weather the huge contraction caused by the novel coronavirus crisis, and which has seen it shrink by 13.8 percent between April and June, the biggest quarterly fall since the Second World War.

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France has unveiled a 100-billion-euro (£89bn) economic stimulus package to help repair the economic damage caused by coronavirus, reports BBC News.