By Simon Carraud and Michel Rose
President Emmanuel Macron
PARIS (Reuters) – France has a “unique window of opportunity” as growth picks up to tackle its weak public finances and high unemployment while reversing its decline in competitiveness, the
PARIS (Reuters) – France shares Israel’s concerns at the arming of Lebanese Shi’ite group Hezbollah, President Emmanuel Macron told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after their first formal
President Trump reiterates that France is America’s first and oldest ally as he applauds the country’s efforts in the fight against terrorism.
PARIS (Reuters) – French government ministries will tighten their belts to find 4.5 billion euros ($5.13 billion) in savings on their operational budgets this year, Budget Minister Gerald Darmanin
PARIS (Reuters) – France will press ahead with tax cuts promised by new President Emmanuel Macron, a finance ministry source said on Monday, despite warnings from the official state audit body about
By Michel Rose and Mathieu Rosemain
PARIS (Reuters) – French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Saturday that the tax burden will be reduced as of next year by around 7 billion euros ($7.98 billion), financed by reining in spending
PARIS (Reuters) – French police took thousands of migrants living in tents on the pavements of northern Paris to temporary lodgings in and around the city on Friday.