There is renewed hope in France for economic policy and its impact on corporate governance. Michel de Fabiani examines the expected positive outcomes for business.
The election of president Emmanuel Macron in May, and the success of his representatives in the following parliamentary elections in June, have created a new atmosphere in France. And indeed outside France, particularly for the perception of economic policy and its positive consequences for business in our country.
To try to evaluate how this will impact on corporate governance, we are able to refer to at least two commitments from the new president when he was a candida
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