France is in political crisis after President Francois Hollande on Tuesday instructed Prime Minister Manuel Valls to form a new government.
The French government made clear Sunday that it would not budge from its current economic policies despite showing zero growth during the second quarter.
French industrial production decreased by 0.5% in the second quarter that may lead to a lower than expected 2014 growth rate.
French President François Hollande has increased pressure on Berlin and the European Central Bank to do more to pick up the sluggish economy and do more to fight the risk of deflation.
A job creation summit aimed at spurring half a million much-needed positions got off to a rocky start on Monday as two major labour organisations said they would boycott the event.