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French government comes with a package of social measures to 'yellow shirts' to appease
The French government has made "record time" a bill in each other to punch with concessions from president Emmanuel Macron to the protest movement of the 'yellow vests’. That has government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux let you know. The French parliament examines tomorrow about the package of measures that Macron considerably on costs will hunting and a serious hole in the budget will save.

Between 3.8 and 5 million households with a low income go there with 100 euro per month on forward. Pensioners with an income of less than 2,000 euro per month to get a tax exemption, meaning that 3.8 million households each year, about 325 euro extra. Employers have until the end of march their staff that up to 3,600 euros per month earns on a voluntary basis, a tax-free bonus of 1,000 euros. Employees and employers need to slot no social security or tax more to pay for overtime.

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