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French economy leans on services as manufacturing shrinks
France’s services sector drove economic growth this month, as factories grappled with issues including the coronavirus outbreak and the discontinuation of Boeing’s 737 Max airplane.
French foreign minister Le Drian warns UK of tough times ahead
In the latest sign the UK can expect tough trade negotiations with the European Union (EU) throughout 2020, France’s foreign minister has warned of a bruising battle ahead.
French officials move to further limit access to Mont Blanc
More restrictions will be placed on climbers hoping to scale Mont Blanc in France amid mounting concerns over environmental impacts and the effects of climate change.
French, Italian economies shrink in blow to Europe’s recovery
The French and Italian economies unexpectedly shrank at the end of 2019, casting a shadow over expectations the euro area was on a firmer footing.
French workers cut power to world's largest food market in pension protest
French energy workers protesting against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform cut power on Tuesday to the world's largest wholesale fresh food market, Rungis, near Paris, the hard-left CGT union's energy branch said.
French economy to grow 1.3% with a pension deal
The French economy will grow 1.3 percent this year, the same pace as 2019, as long as a compromise is reached quickly with labor unions that are on strike over pension reform, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said in an interview with the Journal du Dimanche.
French coastguards rescue 31 migrants attempting Channel crossing
French coastguards rescued 31 migrants trying to cross the English Channel overnight after the engine of one small boat cut out and the other dinghy began to take in water, local authorities in France said on Sunday.
French transport strike drags into day 19, casts pall on Christmas
French train and metro drivers have withheld labor for the 19th straight day in a standoff with the government over pension reform, casting a pall over Christmas plans with many unable to reach loved ones.
Protesters rally in Marseille over French pension reform
Protesters, including several 'yellow vests', gather in Marseille for a rally against France's pensions reforms on the 13th day of a nationwide strike that has crippled the public transport system and closed schools throughout the country.
French strike snarls commutes in crucial week for Macron
France’s transport turmoil deepened on Monday with unions staging a fifth day of strikes against President Emmanuel Macron and his plans for a pensions overhaul as the government prepared to unveil details of the reform later in the week.
French jobless squeezed as Macron cuts benefits
Hundreds of thousands of jobless French people stand to lose some of their benefits under reforms introduced by President Emmanuel Macron’s government that took effect Friday.
Bracing for Brexit: French food companies fear cost of 'no deal'
White smoke billows from a chimney at a sugar beet factory in northern France, where a tanker truck is filling up on the region's "white gold".
French lawmakers observe minute of silence to remember Chirac
The French National Assembly interrupted a sitting on Thursday to hold a minute's silence in honor of former French president Jacques Chirac.
French economic activity stutters in September
French private sector economic activity grew more slowly than forecast in September, according to closely watched survey of executives that found the country’s manufacturing sector was hit by a fall in export business.
Trade gloom drives French, German economic divergence
A modern commercial estate converted from old warehouses and television studios in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers may hold the key to understanding why France’s economy is outperforming Germany, the eurozone’s longstanding powerhouse.

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