By Melchior Palyi
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Whenever that price would rise over 4,000 francs in the Paris open market - the world's greatest market for gold coins and (smuggled) ''kilobars'' - the creditor would receive proportionately more francs. Ever since, the price of a Napoleon has stayed just slightly above 3,600 francs. The French Treasury mints them and throws them on the market in order to keep down the price even when the prices of other gold coins go up. Incidentally, indices of the price level have a life span of approximately 5 to 10 years; after that they become worthless because of changes in the "basket" of goods which enter into the calculation.
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The latter also provides funds for the expansion of private industrial capacity as well as for schools and the corruptionridden public housing. The projected 1959 deficit of 587 billion francs, approximately 8 per cent of the budget, is the fiscal expression of the Keynesian misconception, still prevalent in France, that the growth of basic production cannot be left to the "vagaries" of the profit motive . As a matter of fact, capital investments (constructions of all sorts) appear in the current budget with a hefty 1,470 billion francs, 26 per cent above last year; they constitute almost one-fourth of total expenditures.
A Lesson In French Inflation (1959) by Melchior Palyi