A Recovery As Robust As A Young Burgundy

The French economy isn't just waking up from its worst recession in 50 years--it's laying the groundwork for a lasting recovery. Private economists are raising their forecasts, putting them in line with the recent upshifts in the government's official projections of 2% growth in 1994 and 3% in 1995.

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