French presidential competitor Emmanuel Macron said if chose he would push the European Union to raise hostile to dumping charges as a major aspect of an activity to mellow the effect of globalization.
Autonomous anti-extremist Macron - who is confronting euroskeptic, against globalization hopeful Marine Le Pen in a moment round vote on Sunday - said that tending to the wrongs of globalization would be his top need in chats with EU part nations.
"There is a sentiment anger, an incomprehension of the way things work, of an Europe that does not ensure anymore and a globalization with an excessive number of washouts," he said on BFM TV.
Macron said fitting corporate charges in the EU, checking on favored specialists directions and raising hostile to dumping duties would be among the issues he would put on the motivation of his initially summit with EU pioneers.
Macron, who looked for higher steel import duties as France's economy serve, said he needs to ensure French occupations and organizations with harder hostile to dumping rules.
"I need an enormous increment in hostile to dumping charges when we confront assaults from outside (the EU)," Macron said.
He said current tolls of 100 to 120 percent on imported items sold underneath their generation cost are insufficient. Previously, China and India had sold off abundance steel in Europe at a misfortune when they had delivered excessively steel, he said.
Indicating the case of the United States, Macron likewise said he needed no less than 50 percent of European open tenders to be saved for European organizations.
"Europe ought not be interested in all winds while different nations choose to protect their own businesses," he said.
Macron said he likewise needs a survey of EU law on "posted laborers" - individuals taking a shot at contracts outside their nation of origin, regularly in the trucking or development business.
"Individuals in a similar nation must get a similar pay for a similar occupation. We can no longer have a framework where a French laborer is paid 100 while a specialist originating from Poland is paid 40," he said.
He said that not at all like Le Pen he doesn't has any desire to scrap the law, as that is impractical in an open Europe and France itself sends laborers to another country.
The European Commission had as of now proposed a year ago that laborers from one EU nation presented on work in another must be lawfully qualified for an indistinguishable pay from host nation specialists, not simply to the host nation's lowest pay permitted by law.