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People walk near the Arche de la Defense in the financial and business district of La Defense, west of Paris, France March 26, 2018.  REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

When France elected its youngest-ever president in 2017, millions of its citizens were eager to see huge changes they hoped would jump start their declining economy. But, over the past two years, the road has been rocky for Emmanuel Macron, who had faced the unenviable task of implementing drastic economic measures without eliminating state subsidies.

Beyond the headline-grabbing yellow vest movement, Macron remains resolute in making France more competitive and more aligned with stronger, less regulated economies elsewhere in the world.

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