Diego Zuluaga writes for CapX

Diego Zuluaga, Financial Services Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for CapX on Macron’s plans for France.

In his article Diego argues that while the UK eschews the big questions of Brexit in favour of feeble disquisitions on the pay rise that public-sector workers “deserve”, it is the French government that is tackling the big barriers to growth and dynamism that have stifled their economy since 1975. Macron has fresh ideas about the potential of technology and a more American than European confidence in the future. While the UK are backtracking on the liberal regime that delivered one of the most active and dynamic labour markets in the industrial world, our neighbours across the Channel are catching up to us.

Read the full article here.