Energy, gasoline, raw materials… On the economic level, the Russian offensive in Ukraine, which began on February 24, affects many sectors and has consequences on the daily life of the French.
On March 16, INSEE estimated that inflation over one year would exceed 4% at the end of March, before reaching 4.5% between April and June – figures attenuated by the tariff shield put in place by the government, at the end of 2021, to protect households from the effects of rising gas, fuel and electricity costs.
Why are prices in France so affected by the war in Ukraine? Which products are particularly subject to a price increase? What impact for individuals? For professionals ? Are effective measures possible to counter these increases?
Jean-Michel Bezat, Laurence Girard and Béatrice Madeline, journalists in the Economy of the Worldwill answer your questions on Tuesday March 22 from 11 a.m.