UK is 'fair' both to employers and employees

Quote of the day: 'The French state certainly doesn't encourage entrepreneurs. That's why my French friends with businesses are always talking about moving [to the UK].' French businessman Victor Malachard told the Telegraph at the Festival of Business Network event that the UK is fair to employees without restricting businesses from growing. Depends who you ask though...

by Michael Northcott
Last Updated: 19 Aug 2013
Malachard is the founder of an advertising network for mobile devices. He even erred towards agreeing with former president George Bush, who once said ‘the problem with the French is they have no word for entrepreneur.’ Perhaps the UK has got it right, for once?

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