Why Government Should Not Build Cars

19 Jan

Why Government Should Not Build Cars

I love France. I speak French. I own a French car. I like French bread. I used to eat French fries. The French are good at many things, but no one is good at everything.

I, for one, am not very good at ballet dancing. I could resume the dance classes my parents forced me into, but I like to learn from mistakes and let sleeping dogs lie. That’s where I differ from the French, because one of the things France is not good at—but that it is loath to admit—is the subsidy of technology investments.

The latest idea from the ministers in Paris? A $7,500 voiture électrique “for the people.”

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