7 billion euros to revive the health industry in France

Emmanuel Macron also announced a “simplification shock” to boost innovation.

“Make France the first innovative nation in health by 2030”, this is the goal set by Emmanuel Macron. The Covid served as an electric shock, revealing in broad daylight the dependence of France and Europe on Asia in terms of active ingredients, the deindustrialization of France and our backwardness in vaccines. No way for the executive to leave the country “Pick up” more in a strategic sector for its future. “We are going to take a step forward and find a place that France had lost”, explains the Élysée.

To achieve this, the Head of State presented an ambitious roadmap on Tuesday evening. It is based on the fifteen proposals made by five personalities from the health world within the framework of the Strategic Council of Health Industries (CSIS), after six months of discussions with stakeholders (patient associations, hospitals, universities, laboratories, biotechs, etc.). In the aftermath of the Choose France summit, the objective was

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