1s2u.com in France
"France is a developed country with the world's seventh-largest economy by nominal GDP, and tenth-largest by purchasing power parity. In terms of aggregate household wealth, it ranks fourth in the world. France performs well in international rankings of education, health care, life expectancy, and human development. A member of the Group of Seven (formerly Group of Eight) leading industrialised countries, as of 2014, it is ranked as the world's ninth largest and the EU's second largest economy by purchasing power parity. With 31 of the 500 biggest companies in the world in 2015, France ranks fourth in the Fortune Global 500, ahead of Germany and the UK.
France has a mixed economy that combines extensive private enterprise with substantial state enterprise and government intervention. As of 2009, the World Trade Organization (WTO) reported France was the world's sixth largest exporter and the fourth largest importer of manufactured goods. As of 2016, the World Factbook ranked France seventh largest exporter. In 2008, France was the third largest recipient of foreign direct investment among OECD countries at $118 billion, ranking behind Luxembourg (where foreign direct investment was essentially monetary transfers to banks located there) and the United States ($316 billion), but above the United Kingdom ($96.9 billion), Germany ($25 billion), or Japan ($24 billion). In the same year, French companies invested $220 billion outside France, ranking France as the second largest outward direct investor in the OECD, behind the United States ($311 billion), and ahead of the UK ($111 billion), Japan ($128 billion) and Germany ($157 billion).
Financial services, banking and the insurance sector are an important part of the economy. Three largest financial institutions cooperatively owned by their customers are located in France.
French companies have maintained key positions in the insurance and banking industries: AXA is the world's largest insurance company. The leading French banks are BNP Paribas and the Crédit Agricole, ranking as the world's first and sixth largest banks in 2010 (by assets), while the Société Générale group was ranked the world's eighth largest in 2009." - Wikipedia
We recommend our customers to consult us for any SMS messaging related matters sending to France.
|Network Coverage||Sender ID||More Information|
|Free Moblie||Dynamic Alphabet|
|Orange France||Dynamic Alphabet|
|Soci (SFR)||Dynamic Alphabet|
|Bouygues T||Dynamic Alphabet|
|Outremer T||Dynamic Alphabet|
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Note: The carriers SFR, Bouygues and Orange will only accept messages for delivery between 8 am and 8 pm local time Monday to Saturday unless you send from a French long virtual number. It is important to abide by all restrictions imposed by the hosted country.
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