The French President, François Hollande, has used a major press conference to urge the French public to be patient with his plans to reverse sluggish growth and rising unemployment.
The French President, François Hollande, has used Victory in Europe Day to call for compromises with Berlin in order to resolve the Eurozone economic crisis.
Hundreds of supporters of the far-right National Front have marched in Paris as the party rides a recent wave of popularity.
Just days after the leak of a French Socialist Party memo critical of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a German newspaper has revealed an internal German political memo harshly critical of the ...
The French President, François Hollande, and Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault have been urged to stand up for Germany after an internal Socialist Party memo critical of the German ...
A survey has found four out of 10 French people believe a tax on bank deposits “could be put in place” if the economic situation in France worsens.
The French government on Wednesday declared the European Union’s Cyprus bailout a “mistake”, at least in the form that the Cypriot government presented to its people.
Eleven European Union nations won a go-ahead from their partners yesterday to launch a controversial financial transactions tax, or FTT, initially proposed by France.
The European Commission has approved a 90-billion euro plan to wind down the ailing bank Dexia and restructure its remaining assets.
A government-commisioned report on French productivity has recommended a 30-billion euro cut to labour costs in order to rejuvenate France's sluggish economy.