France unveils multibillion euro investment plan


Plans unveiled by prime minister Édouard Philippe entail spending billions on education, digitization and the environment.

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The plan launched by French prime minister Édouard Philippe on Monday foresees the government pouring about €57 billion ($67.8 billion) into modernizing France's economy, with a hefty chunk set aside for making it more environmentally-friendly, reports Deutsche Welle.