A Hollande victory unlikely to change French economic course


Socialist candidate François Holland has attacked bankers and the rich, but his policies in office would be shaped by conservative advisers.

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The man who could become France's first Socialist president in nearly two decades may have turned his campaign rhetoric against bankers and the rich, but in office his policies would be guided by advisers steeped in commerce and public service, reports Reuters.