France’s Le Maire says 6% growth target for 2021 not out reach

France’s Le Maire says 6% growth target for 2021 not out reach

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Finance
Minister
Bruno
Le
Maire
on
Thursday
said
a
growth
forecast
of
6%
for
France’s
economy
in
2021
remained
within
reach
and
that
he
was
confident
of
a
strong
recovery
by
the
end
of
the
year.

“I
am
really
quite
confident
that
the
second
part
of
2021
will
be
good
for
the
French
economy,”
Le
Maire
said
in
an
interview
at
the
Reuters
Next
conference.

But
he
cautioned:
“We
have
to
remain
humble
and
cautious
because
we
have
been
fooled
by
the
virus
many
times.”

The
minister
said
he
was
not
worried
about
the
initially
slow
roll-out
of
the
COVID-19
vaccine
in
France.

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more
coverage
from
the
Reuters
Next
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or
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