The front page of Libération this morning is in English, entirely, and it's good English, which is surprising.
French food industry group Danone on Monday announced deals in China as demand there continues to grow for dairy products.
Misleading labels, false country of origin, and additional sugar are all problems plaguing 10 percent of honey controlled and marketed in France according to a recent study released by the ...
Kenya's low-paied get a pay rise. A photographer reportedly gets roughed up at a union rally. Are miniskirts pornography? How many business opportunities are there in South Sudan?
A new study shows that China has spent 75 billion dollars (57 billion euros) on foreign aid to Africa in the past decade.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says a dispute over an alleged incursion by Chinese troops deep inside Indian-claimed territory can be settled peacefully. But he warns against fuelling ...
China wants to buy more French goods, Chinese Prime Minister Li Kerqiang reportedly told François Hollande on Friday as the French president wrapped up a two-day visit to his country.
The dailies are dominated by French unemployment figures, which reached a record high on Thursday, and President François Hollande’s first visit to China.
It's just as well the French president, François Hollande, is in China right now, because he would not have enjoyed reading this morning's papers.
French President Francois Hollande arrived in Beijing on Thursday on a trip aimed at boosting exports to China, especially in the fields of aviation and nuclear power.