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Lost campaign

16 May 2011 By Pierre Briancon

The end of the IMF head’s presidential dreams means Nicolas Sarkozy won’t face an articulate marketfriendly socialist rival next year. It will boost populism right and left, and the country’s main problems, fiscal insouciance and slowish growth, aren’t likely to be addressed.

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