Jean-Hervé Lorenzi, founder of the Circle of Economists, and Nathalie Chusseau, economist, professor at the University of Lille, are the guests of the “eco debates” on Sunday March 28.
Covid debt: should companies be made to pay?
INSEE confirmed it this week: the public debt exploded with the pandemic. In 2020, it swelled by 270 billion euros and now exceeds 2,600 billion, or 115% of GDP. The debate on the repayment of the debt is relaunched with its batch of proposals such as the return to a rule of balance with multi-year objectives in terms of expenditure. Should we be worried about the figures communicated by INSEE?
China Europe: towards a new economic war?
The tension is growing again between China, the United States and Europe. Begun in the diplomatic field, the balance of power spreads in the economic field: China boycotting European and American brands which refuse to use cotton from Xinjiang so as not to benefit from the forced labor of Uighurs persecuted by Beijing. How far will climbing go?
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