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French savers draw down their “Livret A” accounts amid rising inflation

By France24
25 November 2021   |   1:07 pm
France's popular, government-regulated tax-free savings account scheme, known as the "Livret A", is likely to raise interest rates in February after recording the biggest deposit outflow since 2014.

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