By Andy Bruce and William Schomberg
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission on Wednesday recommended closing a European Union fiscal procedure against France, nine years after it was opened, saying the country had embarked on a “
PARIS (Reuters) – French fashion house Carven, which dressed cabaret queen Edith Piaf, is filing for bankruptcy protection, a spokesman for the company, which employs 100 people, said on Wednesday.
By Jan Strupczewski
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – None of the countries seeking to adopt the euro meet all accession criteria, the European Central Bank said on Wednesday, dealing a blow to Bulgaria’s hopes of joining the
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s central bank pledged on Wednesday to improve its information disclosure as part of steps to make its policy-making process more transparent.
By Noah Barkin and Philip Blenkinsop
By Tommy Wilkes and Saikat Chatterjee
ZURICH (Reuters) – Out-of work actors, public relations experts and watchmakers looking for new jobs in their fields are set to get favored treatment under a new Swiss system of hiring preferences