France

  The eurozone’s two largest countries, France and Germany, could drag the continent into a crisis. The year 2023 was bad for eurozone economies already, with sluggish overall growth a meager 0.6 percent. While short-term factors such as inflation and the necessarily tighter monetary policy can explain the latest developments, longer-term forces, especially in Germany and […]

Recent scenes of violence, chaos and looting in various French cities this summer certainly suggest a problem of “de-civilization.” However, the country faces another “de” issue – deindustrialization – and the two might be connected to some extent. Deindustrialization means a diminishing of industries, industrial jobs and industrial companies in the economy, with a declining […]

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