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Frenchonomics “à la Sauce #Hollande” in Châlons en #Champagne

France is at crossroads between the Wine, or “ClubMed” Europe, with Portugal, Greece, Spain, Italy … and  Beer, or Serious Euroland, with Germany, Finland, the Netherlands … Now, President Hollande knows where to go, but he needs a scapegoat.

Renaud Favier, September 2nd, 2012.

Some additional e-reading may be needed about France,  Frenchonomics, French Politics, French Countryside, French Gentry, French Champagne or even more important issues. (Please click on pictures if you don’t wanna be a potatoe couch watching the weather forecasts on TV and let others enjoy sun, success, beach, love, Champagne, French learning bashing whilst you seat back in your chair reading the Sun, the Guardian or even worse and more biased against civilisation, the Financial Times and the Economist).

            

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A Good Laugh a Day, Keeps the Doctor Away from the Red Carpet … at least a Couple of Days

Unexpectedly enough, French athletes are ahead of all Europeans as regards gold medals, second only to China and the US. Let’s laugh as long as it lasts. More unbelievable, Euro-ptimists smile at the moment. Let’s cross fingers and hope it lasts.

Some additional e-reading may be needed about this strange world as it goes, this bizarre Europe as it slows and this amazing France as it rows. (Please click on pictures).

    

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