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Prime minister backs French Tech label on visit to Lyon

Tuesday 12 May 2015 | 23:12 CET | News
During a visit to Lyon, French prime minister Manuel Valls gave his enthusiastic support for "innovative businesses that are not afraid of thinking big and looking far into the future," which means that "he likes French Tech, his government backs the movement and will continue to do so," reports La Tribune. Valls said economy minister Emmanuel Macron will announce before the end of the month, the government's digital economy strategy, based on recommendations from the consultative National Digital Council. It will include the digital schools project presented last week by president Francois

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