The Minister of the Economy announced this morning that aid was being studied for employees on low incomes who are “forced to take their car to go to work”. It would not only address the big rollers.
While fuel prices at the pump remain at historically high levels, Bruno Le Maire detailed his ways to preserve the purchasing power of the French. The Minister of the Economy took advantage of his appearance this morning at the microphone of France Inter to specify the support he wishes to provide to motorists: “ we are looking to see if we can set up more generous compensation for all those who are obliged to take their vehicle to work ». This aid would therefore not be reserved for large riders. It would be added to the discount of 18 centimes already granted without distinction, which could be extended until the end of the year when it was initially to stop at the end of summer.
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