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On the agenda Monday, February 21
big mouth. The Mouvement des entreprises de France (Medef), which has unveiled its proposal for a five-year term, is testing the six candidates announced for presidential elections on their economic program: Yannick Jadot, Fabien Roussel, Valérie Pécresse, Anne Hidalgo, Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour. From 9 a.m., applicants to this Elysée Palace will alternate, for twenty to twenty-five minutes each, the policies they wish to apply to the company, before answering questions from members of the main organization. The French entrepreneur who will be presented to them by two journalists from BFM Business. The event will take place at the start-up incubator Station F, at 13e Paris district.
Chatting. What to remember from the unemployment figures published on Friday? Put your question to two economists, Anne-Sophie Alsif (chief economist at BDO) and Yannick l’Horty (professor at Paris-Est University). They will respond from 16:30.
With. Starting at 14.00, the president of the La République en Marche group in the National Assembly, Christophe Castaner, will hold a press conference to present the legislative results.
France Tour. Neighborhood candidate Yannick Jadot goes on a “probability tour” in Rouen (Seine-Maritime) and MI Pécresse will travel to Indre, where he will primarily visit the Cité du Numérique at Châteauroux and a hostel for young workers at La Châtre.
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