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Eurozone | 16 February 2018 French Unemployment Plunged in Q4, and will Fall Further this
The French labour market improved much more than we expected in Q4. The headline unemployment rate plunged to 8.9%, from a downwardly-revised 9.6% in Q3.

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16 February 2018 French Unemployment Plunged in Q4, and will Fall Further this

By Claus Vistesen

The French labour market improved much more than we expected in Q4. The headline unemployment rate plunged to 8.9%, from a downwardly-revised 9.6% in Q3.

Posted: 15th Feb 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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