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26th May 2016

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German labour reform mastermind to advise Hollande

Peter Hartz, the author of Germany's labour market reforms under Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, will advise French President Francois Hollande, Saarbruecker Zeitung reports. Hartz has already met Hollande, the paper says. France is under EU pressure to reduce its budget deficit and reform its labour market.

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