France Raises Taxes on Rich, Companies to Narrow Budget GapGregory Viscusi, Helene Fouquet and Mark Deen
France’s two-week-old Socialist government unveiled 7.2 billion euros ($9 billion) of tax increases to meet deficit-reduction goals and avoid bond-market punishment.
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