France won’t cut spending on health care amid high social-security debt load

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Health minister Marisol Touraine says health care spending will be maintained despite President Hollande's new pledge to reduce welfare 'abuses'.

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France is not planning to reduce spending on health care or cut patient reimbursements as part of its drive to reign in public expenses, announced the country’s Health Minister Marisol Touraine, reports RFI.