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Paris 2024 Olympic bid: Not a question of if, but when?

By France 24
11 July 2017   |   12:40 pm
President Emmanuel Macron is promising to implement tax reforms to relieve the economic burden of French households by as early as 2018, but is it really to gain favour with voters?

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