France is feeling the pinch of a decline in demand of cognac from China, its largest importer.
For the third part in our series Clean Break in Jamaica, RFI reports on a project that enables disenfranchised people to earn money from ornamental fish rearing.
The French government made clear Sunday that it would not budge from its current economic policies despite showing zero growth during the second quarter.
The French government announced on Sunday a modest revaluation for scholarships for university students after the National Union of Students in France (UNEF) published a survey revealing that ...
French industrial production decreased by 0.5% in the second quarter that may lead to a lower than expected 2014 growth rate.
Russia’s reprisal against Western sanctions has caused worry in France’s already struggling agriculture sector that a ban on exports could saturate the market at home.
Turkey’s conservative Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is fighting to become the country’s first-ever directly elected president. He faces two opponents
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.
The safety of air travel, French Jews heading back to Israel, and President Hollande's military exploits in Africa are all covered in the round-up of this week's top news stories.
Will the French be able to buy their aspirin tablets at the nearest grocery store?