France should receive more than 420 million to cushion Brexit

An agreement has certainly been found between the EU and the United Kingdom to allow it to leave the Union. But this departure is not without causing collateral damage for European trade. To cushion the losses of Brexit in the sectors most affected by the breach of previous agreements, France should receive more than 420 million euros from the adjustment reserve of 5 billion euros set up by the Union European. The Hexagon thus places itself in fourth position of the beneficiary countries, according to a proposal unveiled this Wednesday by the European Commission.


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