Economy: The hardest part is “ahead of us”, says Bruno Le Mayer

Updated by Caroline J on January 7, 2021 at 2:42 pm, January 7, 2021 at 2:57 pm.

While the coronovirus is still actively roaming in France and the vaccination campaign has begun in the country, Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said on January 7 that the hardest part is “ahead of us”, which is in it. “More to be bankrupt in 2021 than 2020”.

The health crisis is still not behind us, but serious economic consequences are already being felt for several months. Shops, restaurants and bars, nightclubs … many areas are finding themselves in great difficulty due to this coronavirus virus, which the government hopes will overcome thanks to Arrival of vaccines.

Unfortunately, the months ahead are becoming more difficult. Minister of Economy, during a videoconferencing exchange with the institutional montaneke think tank Bruno Mayer Assuming “ The most difficult is in front of us ». « You need to show a lot of character strength “, He insisted.” We have a virus that persists, we will have more bankrupt in 2021 than 2020 […], We have a change in employment which will result in the destruction of jobs for a certain time and which will be difficult to rectify, and then we have political uncertainties Added the minister.

Hence, Bruno Mayer Want to reiterate its support ” complete “The players most affected by this crisis, such as hotels and restaurants, culture, events, or even sports …” We will not let them fall, we will put the necessary money », He confirmed.

France is not the only country to suffer from this economic crisis. On United KingdomAbout 4,000 financial companies, mostly small and medium-sized, are at risk of bankruptcy due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.

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