Macron Looks to Tax Measures to Curb Violent French Protests
A ‘Cedez le Passage’ road sign, an instruction to ‘yield to traffic’, stands alongside demonstrators wearing yellow vests (Gilets jaunes) during a protest against fuel costs near Rodez, France. (Photographer: Balint Porneczi/Bloomberg)

Macron Looks to Tax Measures to Curb Violent French Protests

(Bloomberg) -- French President Emmanuel Macron could introduce emergency tax cuts to quell violent protests amid a continued drop in his approval rating among voters.
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