Infotech The government will help “big rollers” this summer

The government will help “big rollers” this summer

The government is preparing targeted measures to help “big wheels” to pay for their gasoline this summer, announced this Monday, March 14 the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire.

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“I am working at the request of the Prime Minister on devices targeted at people with the lowest incomes, who use their vehicle because they have no alternative solution, and who are heavy riders”said the Minister to the automotive industry at an event in Paris.

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Mitigate the impact of rising prices

This “quasi-automatic mechanism that can be triggered, for those who need it most, when fuel prices explode” is under development and will be ready in ” several months “according to Bruno Le Maire.

“The goal is that by July 31, we have put in place a measure that will affect those who are the most dependent, the big rollers. This will be implemented from this summer.underlined for her part the Minister of Ecological Transition Barbara Pompili on RTL.

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As inflation sets in, the government has multiplied aid and measures since the fall to limit the rise in energy prices or mitigate its impact.

Latest decision to date, less than a month before the presidential election, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on Saturday a “discount at the pump of 15 centimes per litre” of fuel, from 1er April and for four months, for individuals and businesses.

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The prices of all fuels, and in particular diesel, have been rising continuously for more than two months, in France as in the rest of Europe. According to official figures, they exceeded the symbolic bar of 2 euros per liter on average last week. A rise caused by oil production that is failing to keep pace with the strong global economic recovery and which has been further accelerated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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If professionals observed a significant decline in prices at the pump on Monday, this increase is one of the important subjects of the electoral campaign, with inflation in general. Jean Castex is also due to present a government aid plan on Wednesday to deal more broadly with the economic and social consequences of the war in Ukraine.

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