China has approved a long-awaited joint venture between its carmaker Dongfeng and France's Renault, worth nearly a billion dollars.
There's anger in Brussels about US snooping and "you-too" accusations from the US.
Clashes in Cairo, more on Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto's trial at the Hague, the constitution in Uganda and BMW in South Africa ... all in today's African papers.
The ICC may be heading for a showdown with the Kenyan government over an arrest warrent for a journsalist. Strikes hit SA BMW exports. And Uganda is desperately short of doctors.
French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen opened a new plant in central China, vowing to raise its share of the world’s biggest car market.
Sales of new cars in France fell by 11.3 percent in the first six months of the year, hitting the Peugeot group particularly badly, according to trade figures released on Monday.
In the African press: the Botswanan President's brush with a cheetah; a luxury car maker looks to expand in South Africa; and a Kenyan government minister's family asks a foreign expert to ...
The troubled French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën says it may shut down an iconic plant north-east of Paris this year because of continuing strikes and falling sales.
The cardinals are still in their conclave. Shimon Peres is at the European parliament. What's cooking in French abattoirs? Is François Hollande engaged in class war?
PSA Peugeot Citroën, has announced a record loss of 5.0 billion euros.