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Government’s new investment plan for innovation and “industries of the future” causes tensions – archyworldys


The recovery plan barely blows its first candle that he has already lived. Monday, September 6, Prime Minister Jean Castex was to kick off a major communication campaign promoting this 100 billion euro device, launched in the fall of 2020 to support what was to be the end of the crisis. But one new plan, focused on investment and aimed at preparing for “France for 2030”, is already in gestation.

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Announced by the Head of State in his televised address on July 12, it aims to “To bring out in our country and in Europe the champions of tomorrow, who, in the fields of digital technology, green industry, biotechnologies or even agriculture, will shape our future”, explained Emmanuel Macron. Such prospects arouse all the envy within the government, while Bercy, in full preparation of the 2022 finance bill, preaches again a speech of budgetary moderation, and implements the exit of “whatever the cost. “, Reducing aid to companies hit by Covid-19.

The ambition of this investment plan called “France 2030” by the President of the Republic, is to create from scratch new industrial sectors in France, in order to reduce the country’s dependence, not only on its suppliers abroad, but also from the four sectors that are its strength today, namely aeronautics, luxury goods, food and health. A handful of industries to be financed have been identified, such as batteries, semiconductors, biotechs, hydrogen or nuclear. An important “human capital” component relating to training must accompany this plan, in a context where certain sectors under pressure are also having difficulty recruiting.

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“The objective is to find the path to French and European independence”, insists the Elysée, aware that the theme of the country’s reindustrialisation will be at the heart of the presidential campaign that is starting. The envelope also seems to have been revised upwards in recent weeks, now approaching 30 billion euros in public money, to be supplemented by private funding.

Showdown between the ministries and Bercy

This presidential project was initially intended to be a highlight of the political re-entry, with a presentation scheduled for September 9, for implementation from the 2022 budget, voted this fall. The various ministries concerned – economy, work, ecological transition, higher education, agriculture, health, culture – each worked on their copy during the summer. But, during a working lunch at the Elysee Palace with those concerned on August 27, Emmanuel Macron deemed the rendering not sufficiently ambitious, as revealed The chained Duck. And postponed the announcements to October.

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