The Court of Auditors does not believe in the return of growth to reduce the debt

There is at least one thing that does not change between the before and the post-Covid period: it is the way in which the Court of Auditors dissects report after report the deterioration of public finances. In its annual report on the subject made public on Tuesday, the public accounts watch considers perfectly legitimate the […]

Perspectives on the deficit | Macroeconomics

In March 2019 the Government announced that the 2018 deficit had closed at -2.63%. A few weeks later, Eurostat improved the figure somewhat. In March 2020, the Minister announced that the deficit for 2019 was -2.64%. A coincidence that has gone unnoticed in the media and that is undoubtedly bad news. Because we had a […]