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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2013-08-29

Can France be reformed? (part 2)

With coffers empty, France’s Socialists raise the retirement age and float the idea of a new carbon tax. But is France really stuck in "tax hell", as business leaders claim? François Picard’s panel argues over the French model and Brussels’ push to get the state to wind down its huge stake in the economy.

  • Leonidas KALOGEROPOULOS, Entrepreneur and Vice-president, Ethic;
  • Philippe CORDERY, Socialist Party Member of the French Parliament;
  • Gérard DUSSILLOL, Finance Expert, Thomas More Institute;
  • Stéphanie ANTOINE, France 24 Business Editor.

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    Programme produced and prepared by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Julia Kim and Diaraye Bah 

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2016-08-30 François Hollande

France Ambassadors Conference: Hollande outlines foreign policy priorities (part 1)

Just how relevant is France on the global stage? This Tuesday, President Francois Hollande gave his annual address to the French diplomatic corps, outlining the country's stance...

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2016-08-29 Colombia

Colombia's Path to Peace: Can historic deal with FARC rebels work? (part 1)

Have the guns gone silent for good in Colombia, or is it too soon to celebrate the end of Latin America's longest conflict? The government deal with the FARC in Havana was hailed...

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2016-08-29 guerrilla

Colombia's Path to Peace: Can historic deal with FARC rebels work? (part 2)

Have the guns gone silent for good in Colombia, or is it too soon to celebrate the end of Latin America's longest conflict? The government deal with the FARC in Havana was hailed...

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2016-08-25 Burqa

France's Burkini Ban: Identity politics go to the beach (part 1)

Identity politics have hit the beach this summer. After burkini bans in seaside resorts, France's highest administrative chamber is hearing arguments against the measures. But...

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