François Hollande promises no more tax rises until 2017

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In lengthy TV interview the under-fire French president also said that he would not stand for re-election in 2017 if jobless rate does not fall.

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François Hollande has pledged not to introduce any more taxes for the rest of his five-year presidency and not to run for re-election if he fails to reduce unemployment by the end of his five-year term, reports The Telegraph.