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Pension reform: "A day of strike costs about 400 million euros of turnover for the country"

2019-12-06T17:43:49.147Z

At the microphone of Nathalie Lévy, on Europe 1, & nbsp; François Asselin, the President of the Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises, worried about the consequences of blockages on small traders, craftsmen or entrepreneurs, after a year already marked by the mobilization of "yellow jackets".



At the microphone of Nathalie Lévy, on Europe 1, François Asselin, the President of the Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises, worried about the consequences of blockages on small traders, craftsmen or entrepreneurs, after a year already marked by the mobilization of "yellow vests".

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In the aftermath of a very hot Thursday strike against pension reform, with hundreds of thousands of protesters across France, the day of Friday was marked by new disruptions in public transport, which should continue to be affected by mobilization at least until the beginning of next week. What to fear a more or less significant economic impact to the approach of the holidays, period traditionally devoted to Christmas shopping and marked by many departures on vacation. "A day of strike costs about 400 million euros in turnover for the country," said Friday evening, at the microphone of Nathalie Lévy on Europe 1, François Asselin, President of the Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises ( CPME).

Source: europe1

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