France to reduce bureaucratic penalties on mistakes by firms and public


French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Monday announced a raft of measures aimed at ending "bureaucratic inflation", including the 'right of error' on tax returns and similar charges by businesses and individuals and a reduction in administrative paperwork.

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The French government presented on Monday 40 measures that it said will simplify the bureaucracy faced by French businesses and individuals, including a so-called “right of error”, reports Bloomberg.