(Reuters) — French President Emmanuel Macron laid out his vision for a digital future on Thursday, saying he wants France to undergo a revolution so that it becomes a country that “thinks and moves like a startup”. Speaking at the Viva Technology conference in Paris, Macron repeated he wanted to reform labor laws to give […]
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By Patrick Kulp - Saturday Jun 17, 2017
The hot new name in tech is France, a centuries-old startup that provides security, healthcare, and education in exchange for taxes.
Newly elected French president Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that the country needs to "think and move more like a startup" and, presumably, less like a stodgy social democracy.
"When an entrepreneur has too much success, he gets stigmatized and, in general, he gets taxed. This is over!" Macron told a crowd of techies in Paris, according to Reuters. "We will drive through these [sic] transformation without delay." Read more...More about Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Emmanuel Macron, Business, and Startups
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