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Between Sarko and Mammon

5 February 2009 By Pierre Briancon

French bankers yielded to the government’s insistence that they forego bonuses but are resisting pressure to cut their dividends. The country’s major banks remained profitable in 2008, but they might want to halve their payout ratio to show the government they care.

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