Royal Rubbish

Forbes, Steve
March 2007
Forbes Asia;3/12/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p9
The author reflects on the election of Ségolène Royal as the next president of France. He states that if Royal wins the election, France's economy, now none too robust, will be on a North Korea-like trajectory. He compares the platforms of Royal and Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy. He asserts that if Sarkozy wins, France will become an innovative, dynamic economic player again.


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