Business the cost of the strike estimated at 200 million...

the cost of the strike estimated at 200 million for the RATP and 850 million for the SNCF

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For its part, Medef estimates that strikes have already cost Parisian companies 233 euros per employee.

Through Le Figaro with AFP

Railway workers during the January 9 demonstration in Paris.
Railway workers during the January 9 demonstration in Paris. Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP

The strike against the pension reform project has so far cost an amount "close to 200 million euros for RATP and around 850 million for SNCF"Announced Matignon Wednesday January 15.

On the 42nd day of strike, the government mentions these "significant financial consequencesIn a press release reporting on interviews in the afternoon between Prime Minister Édouard Philippe and Catherine Guillouard, the boss of the RATP, as well as with Jean-Pierre Farandou, the CEO of the SNCF.

For its part, the Mouvement des entreprises de France (Medef) estimates that strikes have already cost Parisian companies 233 euros per employee. For the employers' organization, quoted in Les Echos, this represents eight euros per day.

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