French Presidential candidate François Hollande threatens to aggravate Franco-German relations if elected after mooting a number of radical financial reforms during a recent speech, says David Marsh, co-chairman of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum and ex-European editor for the FT.
François Hollande, the candidate for the Socialist party in France who is leading the opinion polls ahead of the presidential election on April/May, proposed on 22 January sweeping reforms of the European and French financial systems to combat...
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