Le Grand Retour de la terre dans les patrimoines

France is rich. The value of its land assets now stands at 7,000 billion euros, or three years of national income, compared to barely a year after the Second World War. Alain Trannoy explains why urban land has considerably increased in value over the past thirty years and a new tax proposition; to switch 60 billion euros of taxes levied on wages and investments towards real estate and land rents.

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