France moots a Thatcherite approach to green growth

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Alasdair MacEwen argues victory for Francois Fillon in next year's French election could spell good news for low carbon investors

"When one gets down to the facts rather than the discourse, right-wing rather than left governments have long been the more concerned with ecology and produced the best results". Those are the confident...

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