President Trump stated that his goal is “to make the United States a great country for innovation and production.” He believes that the plan’s investment should be able overcome “the weaknesses of the French model.”
Madrid (European News).- On Tuesday, the French President Emmanuel Macron (Emmanuel Macron), proposed an industrial-technical plan with 30 billion euros to “re-industrialize” France, and “find a way to leave France.” The European Union (EU), “peacefully” responds the great challenges of our times.
Macron gave a nearly two-hour-long speech detailing the challenges France will face in coming years. He listed climate change and large-scale immigration as well as inequality pressures. These difficulties have been caused “disruption”. Accelerate. global economy. He stressed that the crisis we just endured has only exacerbated these enormous challenges.
Macron stated in detail that he seeks to re-industrialize France and make it “a country of innovation and production again”. In his view, the investment in the plan should be able to “overcome the weaknesses of the French model”, with little research investment.
He also spoke of “improving social consumption efficiency” and “reforming production and finding common ground for innovative production couples.” He says, “We need to now adopt a strategy which allows us innovate, produce and export, as well as fund our social system.” Before emphasizing the “in which sectors” Paris is in a leading position, he adds, “We must now.”
He also said that France had fallen behind in some areas and was a “threat.” He stated, “We must not give up on them.”
Le Figaro extracted the plan, which is called “France 2030”. It is expected to invest 1 billion euros in nuclear energy, making the country a “leader of green hydrogen energy in 2030” and accelerating the industry’s deregulation. Carbon and production of 2 million electric and hybrid vehicles.
Macron announced France’s intention of producing the first low-carbon aircraft in 2030, accelerate digitization and roboticization of agriculture and create 20 anti-cancer biopharmaceuticals.
It also aims to put France “at the forefront” of protecting cultural and artistic content and reinvest in goals like space exploration and seabed exploration.