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  • 'Made in France' is big business
  • 'Made in France' is big business
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'Made in France' is big business

The French are notoriously attached to their country, with 73% willing to pay more for a product Made in France. In March 2014, an app called Made in Emplois was launched listing the number of jobs created in France by each company, hoping to further appeal to consumers’ patriotism.

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