* Chief executives lament taxes, layoff bans * Michelin CEO cites U.S. factory plans * Hollande minister Montebourg booed at conference By Lionel Laurent JOUY-EN-JOSAS, France, Aug 31 (Reuters) - French business leaders stepped up criticism of the new left-wing government on Friday, lamenting a perceived anti-corporate bias and lack of competitiveness, despite the prime minister's recent efforts to mollify them. The ...
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