Aug 27 2014
"(With the new government), it is in the social-liberalism. And Emmanuel Macron is the symbol. " The least one can say is that the appointment of former banker at Rothschild to head the Department of Economics1 is far to please Jean-Claude Mailly2 General Secretary FO.
Even before the new tenant Bercy has taken office, the union is under no illusions about the economic policy that will lead. "Given his background, the economic policy of the last two years, namely a policy of austerity, will be strengthened (with its arrival)," said Jean-Claude Mailly, Wednesday morning on France Inter. "This line is in line with that of the MEDEF. (His appointment) is not a good idea for the French economy. I'm worried. Unless Emmanuel Macron change. "
It could therefore be expected that employers welcome the arrival of the man who was "one of the fathers of the pact of responsibility" as "recalled Jean-Claude Mailly. But the president of MEDEF, Pierre Gattaz3, was more cautious than expected. He "expects to see the facts and actions" before welcome the appointment of former economic adviser to Francois Hollande instant payday loans. "Too often in this country tended to hear wonderful political speeches and behind it was anything at the actions," he added.
"Emmanuel Macron knows the business, knows the market economy and knows globalization"
Pierre Gattaz, President of MEDEF
successor Laurence Parisot has not failed, however, to portray substitute Arnaud Montebourg. "Emmanuel Macron has three advantages: it knows the business, knows the market economy and he knows the globalization," he said on RTL. If he can help us and support us with concrete and coherent measures, it will work. " E
Macron in charge of the economy: a good signal when you know he has been the architect Pact Responsibility!
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"Arnaud Montebourg was a good minister" Jean-Claude
Mailly, secretary general of FO
As for his predecessor at Bercy, Arnaud Montebourg5 if the boss of bosses refused to comment on his departure, Jean-Claude Mailly, he , welcomed the results of the one that was "a good minister, as Estrosi (former Industry Minister Nicolas Sarkozy under, ed.)