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A hooded demonstrator and people march during a demonstration in Paris, Tuesday, July 5, 2016. French unions are staging what's likely to be their last show of force against a labor bill that has divided the nation and prompted the worst social unrest in years. The government says the bill, which makes it easier for companies to hire and fire employees and extend working hours, would boost hiring. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

(Bloomberg) – France is no longer France, Donald Trump said provocatively after the nation came under repeated terrorist attack. 

Now a new report casts the country as riskier for disrupting businesses than many developing nations with a history of violence and upheaval. 

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