these mistakes that the government must avoid at all costs

ANALYSIS – Bercy claims to have learned the lessons of 2008. But some observers are already identifying weaknesses in the 100 billion euro plan which will be detailed on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Jean Castex and Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire, in charge of the Relaunch.
Prime Minister Jean Castex and Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire, in charge of the Relaunch. STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP

At the end of August, we’re already there. It is this Tuesday 25, at the end of the Council of Ministers of re-entry, that Bruno Le Maire will be responsible for presenting the essential economic recovery plan of the country, supposed to respond to the economic crisis resulting from the coronavirus. Ecological transition, industry, relocation, Europe, employment, companies … In total, 100 billion euros will be devoted to these major themes in an attempt to restart our country’s economy, and even transform it.

With historic crisis, unprecedented revival. The cost of this plan is therefore staggering. Even more than in previous crises. The imperative not to reproduce the errors that may have been made in the past therefore governs its construction. First necessity, repeated loudly by the government: not to increase taxes. This Friday, questioned on France Inter, the Minister Delegate to Bruno Le Maire, in charge of industry, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, recalled: “We

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