European parliamentary elections and Alstom, with two weeks left to the deadline for a decision between American and German pretenders, dominate the front page stories of French dailies.
Are French voters interested in next Sunday's European parliamentary elections? There's a clash of information on this morning's French dailies front pages.
The French dailies are all about next weekend's European elections.
The triumph of Hindu nationalists in Indian polls and the Socialist government’s tax breaks for low-income families dominate this morning’s front pages.
Rumours that French construction, telecom and media group Bouygues was in talks to sell its telephone subsidiary to French telecom giant Orange caused its shares to soar on Friday morning.
French protectionist laws,a Europhobic wave sweeping through the EU and the cold bath of France’s zero growth dominate comments in French press today.
France's economy experienced no growth at all in the first quarter of 2014, disappointing hopes of a 0.2 per cent rise in production, as the eurozone's hoped-for recovery failed to materialise.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has told ministries to make 18 billion euros of cuts in spending over three years in a letter outlining their budgets for 2015.
Paris's most expensive apartment has just fetched eight million euros, 46,200 euros per square metre. But estate agents who were charged with selling it aren't happy.