So French

December 1998
Editor & Publisher;12/05/98, Vol. 131 Issue 49, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that French journalists called a one-day strike to protect the perk that allow them to keep a certain percentage of their income tax-free, following a government plan of repealing their tax advantage. Percentage of journalists' income that are tax-free under the current government policy; Arguments and contentions of journalists regarding the matter at issue.


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