The Socialist government is creating 150,000 jobs for young people 25 and under. It's calling it a "jobs for the future" measure. The left-wing daily Libération says it lacks ambition, the right-wing paper Le Figaro says it's better to create real jobs by giving companies incentives to hire. Also, there's less chewing-gum on Paris pavements. To find out why, watch the review of the French press for this Wednesday 29th August, 2012.
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