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Macron's First Effort to Shake Up the Economy Is Catching On

It’s vacation time in France, and the fleets of buses plying the nation’s highways suggest President Emmanuel Macron’s earliest effort to shake up the economy is catching on.

Cheaper and less glamorous than France’s celebrated high-speed trains, buses are hauling ever more travelers.  Read more.

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