France announced a sweeping plan yesterday aimed at improving industries and creating jobs.
In a defunct office building in Paris’ 10th arrondissement sixty people, including 27 children from 13 families have squatted the premises since just before the start of 2013.
The number of jobless in France has exceeded 3 million for the first time, according to figures for the second quarter released on Thursday.
Football transfers, Syria and talk of a new Cold War all feature in today's French papers..
War dominates this morning's front pages.
France's economy showed signs of timid recovery in August with bosses in manufacturing industry reporting a rise in orders but the construction industry remaining depressed.
France's Socialist government has unveiled a major effort to reform its debt-ridden pension system.
A key economic indicator released today shows the economic downturn in France may be stabilising, but economists warn that France and the Eurozone are not out of the woods just yet.
In this week's French weeklies: discontent over the ban of Islamic headscarves in public places resurfaces; a French tycoon's fall from grace; and pertinent questions from the rich and famous: how ...
A New York jury has found French trader “Fabulous Fab” Tourre guilty of defrauding investors in a rare case arising from the US’s subprime crisis and the economic crash that ...