ÜDS Sosyal Ekim 2008 - 52
52. (I) Christine Lagarde, France’s first female minister for finance and the economy, says it is time for French people to “roll up their sleeves” and stop thinking about holidays. (II) The former international lawyer, impressed by the work ethic she witnessed during her time in the US, wants to instill the same spirit in her countrymen and women. (III) The French government’s plans to reorganize the retail industry have brought fears that greater competition will threaten livelihoods. (IV) Her approach is calm and rational, bearing little resemblance to the harsher style of the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy. (V) Yet Christine Lagarde shares the president’s convictions when it comes to the French people and the world of work.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V
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