Some sectors, such as aerospace, automotive or tourism, very in difficulty because of the crisis of the Covid-19, will be particularly supported.
in the Face of a historic recession, the recovery of the economy promises to be progressive. The budget of France, which will be presented in the fall to secure the income and expenditure for the next year will be a budget "stimulus," said Tuesday the minister of public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin. "We are currently working on the budget for 2021 in imagining (...) a construction" that allows to "isolate the expenditures" devoted to the revival of the budgets allocated to the different departments, the minister said during a hearing before the Finance commission of the national Assembly.
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"It is a proposal that we have made to the Prime minister," he added, pointing out that even if it were a matter of form, this would make it more readable the discussion of the budget. The government has already planned to introduce in the fall a plan to relaunch the French economy, which was severely hit by the crisis caused by the epidemic of Covid-19.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
"Hold on to our war effort"
Some sectors, such as aerospace, automotive or tourism, very distressed, will be particularly supported, with investments, has already announced the Economy minister Bruno Le Maire. Moreover, commenting on the implementation of the budget of 2019 from the State, Gérald Darmanin believed that "good past performance enhances our ability to maintain our war effort at this time."
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The government has put in place an emergency plan of 110 billion euros, but spending on business support and the French are expected to increase with aid announced this week for the low-income households, and cancellations of charges for very small businesses.