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Frenchonomics “à la #Royal” in Poitou-Charentes

Please, some real customers should buy the “made in Poitou” small electric car. Not only to keep the former Heuliez workers and factory going on in spite of the going getting real tough for everybody. But to keep Ségolène Royal busy around there.

Renaud Favier, September 1st, 2012.

Some additional e-reading may be needed about France, French Cars, French Countryside, French Gentry, French Royal(s) 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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The Going Gets Tough for Doux : Douce France’s Frenchonomics at work ?

Job is good, but Christmas may come more often in France, even in spring … The Economist will surely be sadly ironical about the going getting really tough for the chicken specialist Doux and some other endangered species in the cock’s country.

The Economist is not always 100% fair-play about France (or Europe, for that matter) Frenchonomics or French cuisine, but one may find it strange even in Paris, that one could not manage a chicken’s business in French King Henry IV’s country, where the Sunday’s “Poule au Pot” was in principle granted for more or less everybody some centuries ago.

In case you don’t need to work on week-ends or can read in the tube or train to work, you may e-read more in these downloadable eBooks about ongoing changes (and other issues)  in France (and elsewhere). In French (nobody’s perfect) but with a non-biased sense of humour :