Some say in France, there’s little in life that’s more important than bread, cheese and wine. That’s why the fate of one baker is causing a stir
France’s credit ratings were cut from AA+ to AA on Friday. Fitch Ratings took the step despite recent budget-saving measures by the French
This week the Nobel Prize for Economics was awarded to the French researcher Jean Tirole. It came as a shock for the Toulouse School of Economics
Nestled in the Chamonix valley in the French Alps is the main factory of ski-maker Rossignol.
Struggling a few years ago, the site was revitalised
Every year, there are around 450 000 business transfers in Europe. It’s a vital process for businesses, but around a third don’t survive it.
France has been given two more years by the European Commission to get its finances in order but how can it find a way out of its public debt trap
Boosting entrepreneurship to combat an ageing population: the French region of Auvergne started investing in its entrepreneurs a few years back
French Socialist President François Hollande returned from his summer vacation a few days ago. He has a lot of work to do, into a stiff headwind of