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The New York Times

France’s New Labor Laws: ‘Flexibility, and No Security’

France’s New Labor Laws: ‘Flexibility, and No Security’

  • 23.01.2018
  • min read

The New York Times

France’s New Labor Laws: ‘Flexibility, and No Security’

“The complex labor laws have historically been the No. 1 obstacle to the competitiveness and attractiveness of France,” said Olivier Marchal, the chairman of Bain & Company France. The changes, together with other business-friendly measures such as a gradual reduction in the corporate tax, have “drastically changed investor perceptions,” he said.