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Finance As output growth in the Euro area hits its highest point in over five years, political uncertainty casts a shadow over prospects of continued momentum

Eurozone momentum ends 2016 on a five-year high, though danger still lurks

As output growth in the Euro area hits its highest point in over five years, political uncertainty casts a shadow over prospects of continued momentum

By: Kim Darrah
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Featured Concerns that deflation might take hold across the Eurozone increase after prices in France fall by 0.4 percent

France slumps into negative inflation

Concerns that deflation might take hold across the Eurozone increase after prices in France fall by 0.4 percent

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Business & Management Europe’s second biggest airline Air France-KLM is postponing plans to expand its low-cost subsidiary Transavia outside of France, following continued strikes by pilots

Air France-KLM delays expansion

Europe’s second biggest airline Air France-KLM is postponing plans to expand its low-cost subsidiary Transavia outside of France, following continued strikes by pilots

By: Laura French
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Featured He has an ancestor who fought in bloody battles for Napoleon and a noble lineage stretching back generations, so when Alexandre de Juniac was given the top job at Air France-KLM, he certainly had a lot to live up to

Alexandre de Juniac: the unlikely candidate who revived Air France-KLM

He has an ancestor who fought in bloody battles for Napoleon and a noble lineage stretching back generations, so when Alexandre de Juniac was given the top job at Air France-KLM, he certainly had a lot to live up to

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Business & Management Last year, Teva France faced a pharmaceutical firm’s worst nightmare when it was accused of causing deaths across the country. Amid the media storm CEO Erick Roche led from the front to save the company from disaster

‘It wasn’t easy’: Erick Roche on steering Teva France through media storm

Last year, Teva France faced a pharmaceutical firm’s worst nightmare when it was accused of causing deaths across the country. Amid the media storm CEO Erick Roche led from the front to save the company from disaster

By: Selwyn Parker
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Finance French National Assembly passes bill that demands companies try to sell before closing, and consult workers on takeover bids

Hollande gives workers more say; imposes closure difficulty

French National Assembly passes bill that demands companies try to sell before closing, and consult workers on takeover bids

By: Rita Lobo
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Featured Little over a year into office, François Hollande is faced with a fresh recession, high unemployment and the Fifth Republic’s lowest-ever approval rating. Can ‘Mr Normal’ afford any more mistakes?

How to lose a nation in 365 days

Little over a year into office, François Hollande is faced with a fresh recession, high unemployment and the Fifth Republic’s lowest-ever approval rating. Can ‘Mr Normal’ afford any more mistakes?

By: Nash Riggins
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Featured President Francois Hollande publically renounces France’s goal to cut public deficit, as laid out by the EU

France to miss deficit target

President Francois Hollande publically renounces France’s goal to cut public deficit, as laid out by the EU

By: Claire Vanner
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Business & Management Peugeot Citroën has announced the first closure of a car plant in France in 20 years, in a move that will cost 6,500 jobs

Peugeot to close factory; cut 6,500 jobs

Peugeot Citroën has announced the first closure of a car plant in France in 20 years, in a move that will cost 6,500 jobs

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Finance France’s new government has announced the first increase of the minimum wage in real-terms in six years

France increases minimum wage

France’s new government has announced the first increase of the minimum wage in real-terms in six years

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Profiles Bold steps are required to get Air France back on course, but is de Juniac the right man for the job?

Alexandre de Juniac

Bold steps are required to get Air France back on course, but is de Juniac the right man for the job?

Business & Management CEO of Agence France-Presse drags firm into twenty-first century

Hoog injects AFP with a new lease of life

CEO of Agence France-Presse drags firm into twenty-first century

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Business & Management France's second largest bank is expected to continue downsizing with further job cuts expected

Société Générale’s restructuring efforts continue

France’s second largest bank is expected to continue downsizing with further job cuts expected

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Featured Recently rewarded for his ventures in aerospace, the CEO of Arianespace has reason to be proud

Jean Yves Le Gall

Recently rewarded for his ventures in aerospace, the CEO of Arianespace has reason to be proud

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Finance The fact that Patrick Kron, the CEO of Alstom, has decided to adopt a more conservative approach should not come as much of a surprise to industry insiders

A conservative approach

The fact that Patrick Kron, the CEO of Alstom, has decided to adopt a more conservative approach should not come as much of a surprise to industry insiders

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