France's Macron says globalization is going through a major crisis

France's Macron says globalization is going through a major crisis

Kerry Wise
January 29, 2018

President Macron also called for the European Union, which already opened the world's first carbon trading market, to "go a little bit further and create a floor price for CO2".

Macron also said that the countries that share the euro currency should agree on a "much stronger" and "much fair" system.

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He pledged €15 billion over the next five years to train and reskill workers. "Some people think the solution is to get out of globalization".

Meanwhile, the Chief Executive of IDA Ireland has said the recent corporate tax cut in the United States will not have a bearing on the IDA's operations in securing USA foreign investment.

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French President Emmanuel Macron addresses the annual World Economic Forum on January 24 in Davos, eastern Switzerland. He underscored the importance of visibility as critical to guaranteeing predictability, and thus stability.

"I will never impose a ban if there is no credible alternative", Macron said in a speech to farmers in the Auvergne region in central France. Because we will never have French success without European success.

The 10-year strategy would "make Europe an actual economic, social, green, scientific and political power". Carbon markets work by providing a financial incentive to pollute less; many experts have called for a minimum price on carbon to boost progress. "How are we going to explain to people that they are going to be more vulnerable?" "We can create a lot of jobs with such a strategy".

The World Economic Forum's 48th Annual Meeting is taking place on January 23-26 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland.