Investors' appetite for Paris diminishes after yellow vests protests

Pedro Gonçalves
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France's worst street protests in decades, with burned out cars and debris cleared from the streets of Paris and other cities, is raising market uncertainty and doubts over the planned fiscal reforms in the country. Investors warn that there could be less appetite for international finance leaders to relocate activities in France, notably against the backdrop of Brexit.  "The planned tax cuts, as well as the reversal of the proposed fuel tax will be offset by rising political uncertainty a...

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