France to create € 3 billion business support fund, minister says By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: French Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire visits a cafe as preparations for the reopening of restaurants and bars in Paris as part of an easing of restrictions on the country’s lockdown in the middle of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic

PARIS (Reuters) – France will set up a € 3 billion ($ 3.67 billion) fund to support midsize businesses with loans and equity, France’s finance minister said on Tuesday, Bruno Le Maire, during a press conference.

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