Olivier Biscaye’s editorial: “Fuel at cost price, we’re not going to go ola!”

A head of state who ends up begging bosses to make a move, the same business leaders explaining to the French that as a result the end of the month will be difficult for their groups…

The way things are going, we expect the big retail brands to ask us to make a giant ola to thank them for agreeing to sell their fuel at cost. There is something surreal, unhealthy would be the right word, in the soap opera of purchasing power.

A head of state who ends up begging bosses to make a move, the same business leaders explaining to the French that as a result the end of the month will be difficult for their groups…

The problem is that the government is still looking for the antidote to calm anger

None of them, we hope, are unaware that in any case, it will be very hard for consumers. Strangled by charges and distressed by the dizzying rise in prices, their future looks uncertain.

The few cents earned at the pump do not sweeten the bitter potion to which citizens have been entitled morning, noon and evening for many months.

The government is of course aware of this. The problem is that he is always looking for the antidote to calm his anger.
Now, it becomes urgent.

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