Brighter economic forecast for French growth in 2015


The French national statistics office INSEE foresees domestic product growth rise in early 2015, helped by oil price tumble and weak euro.

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French economic growth will pick up slightly in the first half of 2015, as collapsing oil prices and a weaker euro amplify the impact of President François Hollande’s tax cuts, national statistics agency INSEE said Thursday, reports The Wall Street Journal.