France 'to seek 14 billion euros in cuts next year'

Newspaper says government aims to tame deficit by reducing ministerial budgets, state aid to companies and local government funding.

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France will pursue 14 billion euros ($18.2 billion) in spending cuts next year as it attempts to reduce the public deficit to 3 percent of economic output by 2015, Le Monde reported, reports Reuters.