July 2003
OECD Economic Surveys: France;Jul2003, Vol. 2003 Issue 11, p87
Country Report
Country Report
Examines the tools available to the authorities to manage public expenditure in France. Situation of public expenditure both internationally and over time; Factors likely to influence public spending; Description of the institutions of public expenditure.


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