France managed to avoid a fresh credit downgrade from a leading rating agency on Friday, despite mounting concern over the country’s surging national debt.

Leading ratings agency Fitch in April lowered its rating on France’s debt, which is approaching three trillion euros ($3.2 trillion).

It pointed to the country’s hung parliament and public protests as risks to plans by President Emmanuel Macron to cut government spending.

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