As the crisis of the debt keeps undermining the European cohesion, the question of the solidity of the Franco-German alliance arises. Germany has been using a good strategy in the last ten years: decrease in public spending, increased productivity, competitive exportations. The fact that Germany decided to be less dependent on nuclear energy (without consulting their European partners) and their reluctance to pay for other countries asks the following question: is Germany playing it lonesome? Is Germany still trusting its French partner? Does the couple have a future?
Gérard DUSSILLOL, the Chairman of the "Public finances" Committee of the Thomas More Institute and author of the report 163 billions more… Comparative Analysis of the French and German public spending will give his insights in a video.
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