As French jobless rate dips Macron expects 'major' results in 2019


The number of unemployed in France fell by 0.8 percent in November to total 3.45 million according to official data released Wednesday, while President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview with Spanish daily El Mundo that he expects 'major results within 18-24 months'.

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French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday he expects his flagship labour reforms to produce major results in terms of creating new jobs by mid-2019, reports Radio France Internationale.