Macron在大选中获得了超过66%的选票，大幅度领先民族主义总统候选人Marine Le Pen。Le Pen曾提议对雇用非法国工人的公司加税。
The Tax Proposals Of French President-Elect Macron
French centrist independent candidate Emmanuel Macron was elected to the presidency of France on May 7, after pledging significant tax cuts for businesses and individuals.
Macron won the contest by a comfortable margin, gaining more than 66 percent of the vote in the recent run-off election against nationalist candidate Marine Le Pen, who had proposed raising taxes on companies employing non-French workers.
On the campaign trail, Macron promised to cut taxes by EUR20bn (USD21.9bn), with the reductions divided equally between businesses and individuals.
The program includes a reduction in corporate tax to 25 percent from its existing level of 33.33 percent over five years. This would go beyond the cut to 28 percent for all firms by 2020 approved by the current Government.
In addition, Macron wants to remove investment income from the scope of the wealth tax, so that it effectively becomes a tax on high-value property, and raise environmental taxes.