Niger's government and French nuclear giant Areva made "significant advances" in talks on Friday, both sides agreed after Areva boss Luc Oursel met President Mahamadou Issoufou along ...
US finance officials have accused the French banks Société Générale, BNP Paribas and Crédit Agricole of sanctions-busting and money-laundering, sources say.
Singapore's airforce is to buy six aerial refuelling tanker aircraft from European plane-builder Airbus.
France's unemployment rate fell in the fourth quarter of 2013, for the first time since April 2011, according to the national statistics institute, Insee, but part of the drop is due to a change ...
The European Commission on Wednesday placed France under "reinforced surveillance", criticising its "lack of competitiveness" and high public debt.
A co operative set up by skilled former workers at Lejaby lingerie looks set to close as angry staff blame banks for lack of funding.
French stocks dipped 2.51 per cent on Monday as fears of conflict between Ukraine and Russia sent investors fleeing to safe assets like gold or the Yen.
High winds and huge waves were expected on Monday night on France's Atlantic coast, where 11 areas have been put on alert.
A coalition of black rights groups is suing the French state and a construction company for crimes against humanity over the use of forced labour to build a railway line in Congo in the 1920s.
The French parliament on Monday passed a law imposing tough penalties on companies which shut down without attempting to find a buyer three months before closure.
The French president has opened the annual Paris International Agricultural Show, dubbed “the largest farm in France”, as agriculture becomes a major issue ahead of local elections ...
French environmentalists are to sue Danish shipping company Maersk for failing to tell officials of the loss of over 500 containers at sea during Storm Ulla, which hit western France earlier this ...
The French stock exchange fell 1.08 per cent at opening on Thursday, as did most of Europe's bourses. France's private sector activity has declined in February, a study showed.
France is on track to collect millions of euros from 16,000 hidden bank accounts place abroad to dodge taxes, Budget Minister Bernard Cazeneueve said Wednesday.
French billionaire industrialist and senator Serge Dassault has been take into custody in a long-running vote-buying inquiry a week after his parliamentary immunity was lifted, a judicial source ...
France's PSA Peugeot Citroën's board approved a tie-up with Chinese carmaker Dongfeng and the French state on Tuesday.
French President François Hollande made a bid to clean up France's image with foreign investors when he met business leaders from 34 companies and sovereign wealth funds in Paris on Monday.
After nine consecutive days on the rise, the Paris Stock exchange opened 0.14 per cent up on Monday. The French Cac-40 index reached its highest level since September 2008 on Friday.
The French economy grew more than previously estimated in 2013 ... but only just. The government admitted Friday that "more has to be done".