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The recovery is looming, according to French president Francois Hollande.Instead, the chief executive of Groupe Berto, which operates one of France's biggest fleets of commercial trucks, has seen a 5 per cent fall in revenues so far this year.Most predict France is likely to beat its 1 per cent growth forecast this year.After a fall in January, the number of people registered as out of work in mainland France bounced to 3.49m in February -- an increase of 0.4 per cent from the previous month, and 4.6 per cent over the year.The French deficit narrowed faster than expected to 4 per cent of gross domestic product in 2014, government figures released on Thursday show, down from 4.3 per cent the previous year.France has committed to meeting the eurozone's 3 per cent deficit limit by 2017 without increasing taxes.
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