French government spending will fall next year for the first time since 1958, Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault declared on Tuesday.
The news is dominated by disputes within the French Islamic council and judicial interest in the colossal fortune of French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius's son, Thomas.
There is a lot of economic news in the papers today, following President François Hollande’s national dialogue meeting on social and economic reform in Paris Thursday.
The so-called "social partners," that's the government, the unions and the bosses, are due to sit down together later today in Paris for their second annual conference, an attempt to ...
Whay are Brazilians fed up? Who murdered seven French monks in Algeria in the 1990s? Why are highly qualified professionals leaving France?
Is China's miraculous economy headed for a fall? The Fitch global ratings agency describes China’s credit bubble as the biggest in modern history.
Immigrants contribute more than they cost to most countries' public finances, a report by the Paris-based OECD revealed on Thursday.
Two completely black front pages this morning...
Strikes, spying and unemployment make up the front-page menu this morning. But none of it is particularly nourishing.
The Chinese economy, how the French are spending their money and space travel are among the subjects in today's French papers...