French government adopts social security bill:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The lower house of the French parliament approved a bill on financing the social security system at its third and final reading on December 3. The law is expected to be published in the Journal Officiel later this month after promulgation by the president. The law sets the target for health insurance spending at Fr630 billion ($105 billion) for 1999.
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