France and Rumors

France's credit standing received a jolt on Thursday amid reports that President Nicolas Sarkozy has called an emergency meeting to discuss further public spending cuts.

  • 20 Aug 2010
By Gavan Nolan, credit analyst at MarkitFrance's credit standing received a jolt on Thursday amid reports that President Nicolas Sarkozy has called an emergency meeting to discuss further public spending cuts. Sarkozy ordered the Prime Minister François Fillon, Finance Minister Christine Lagarde and Budget Minister François Baroin ...

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