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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FRENCH PAPERS - Weds. 12.03.14: French papers react to more revelations about the Sarkozy phone tapping scandal, who could be part of a government reshuffle and Dominique de Villepin's...
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Weds. 12.03.14: International papers continue to focus on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight. The Malaysian Star compares the search effort to looking for...
FRENCH PAPERS - Tues. 11.03.14: French papers continue to react to what has been dubbed "Sarkozygate". Also making headlines: young people fleeing France, and Japan three years after...
INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Tues. 11.03.14: International papers largely focus on Japan, three years after the deadly earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster.
French lawyers decry the tapping of Nicolas Sarkozy's phone by investigating judges, while Le Figaro and L'Opinion point the finger at François Hollande's government.