With the start of the new school year next week, the National Union of Students in France (UNEF) says the government is not providing enough financial aid to prospective students.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls unveiled a series of measures on Friday to boost the real estate sector in France, in an aim to kick-start the struggling economy.
Despite the economic crisis, the amount French companies pay out in dividends has soared to a European record, a study showed this week, raising questions about the Socialist government’s ...
August has been the rainiest month of this year in Paris and the rest of France has also suffered from unseasonal downpours, costing the country’s tourist industry as much as 800 million ...
France’s Socialists were in disarray on Thursday after the publication of an interview in which the new economy minister called for businesses to dodge the 35-hour work week law.
Airline pilots at Air France are to strike from 15-22 September.
The second reshuffle of France’s government in five months signals a definitive breach by President François Hollande with the left wing of his Socialist Party.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) boss Christine Lagarde on Wednesday said she had no intention of resigning
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls’s reshuffled cabinet drew criticism from the Socialist government’s opponents after its composition was announced on Tuesday.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) boss Christine Lagarde on Tuesday faced questioning for the fourth time in a mulit-million-euro corruption case linked to her time as a minister under former ...
Arnaud Montebourg delivered a blistering attack on the austerity policies favoured by the French president and prime minister as he walked away from his job as economy minster in a dramatic press ...
France is feeling the pinch of a decline in demand of cognac from China, its largest importer.
African technology has migrated to Europe with the launch of the mobile money technology M-Pesa in Romania.
The French government made clear Sunday that it would not budge from its current economic policies despite showing zero growth during the second quarter.
The euro fell against the dollar on Wednesday with the news that industrial production in the eurozone fell by 0.3 percent in June.
French industrial production decreased by 0.5% in the second quarter that may lead to a lower than expected 2014 growth rate.
Agriculture experts are calculating the cost of the Russian wide-ranging ban on food and agricultural products that came into effect this week.
Russia’s reprisal against Western sanctions has caused worry in France’s already struggling agriculture sector that a ban on exports could saturate the market at home.
A new law that encourages the use of electric cars in France was promulgated on Wednesday.
The German government said that it will not modify its European economic policy.