France’s bakers to get tax leeway to offset soaring energy bills

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Many bakers producing France's famous baguettes and croissants say they risk going under after energy and crop prices have surged in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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French prime minister Élisabeth Borne has confirmed plans to help French bakers cope with rising energy bills after a growing number said they couldn’t afford to stay open, reports RFI.