Sarkozy warns on Hollande's minimum wage promise
Socialist candidate Francois Hollande promised to raise France’s minimum wage but Nicolas Sarkozy warned his election opponent’s policies risk punishment by markets.
Socialist candidate Francois Hollande promised to raise France’s minimum wage if he wins next month’s presidential vote as incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy stepped up warnings his opponent’s policies risk punishment by markets.
Hollande, who is extending his lead in polls of voter intentions for the May 6th runoff, said he’ll organise a meeting of unions and employers to set an increase that would be implemented in July.
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