PARIS France will press its G7 partners this month to launch an "irreversible" process to control the prices of new medicines, part of a global drive to make life-saving drugs more affordable, three sources told Reuters.
PARIS Air France-KLM's board appointed Jean-Marc Janaillac as the Franco-Dutch airline's new chief executive on Sunday, following the resignation earlier of Alexandre de Juniac.
BRUSSELS A proposal by Germany and France to make it easier to suspend visa-free travel to the European Union from countries such as Turkey drew a frosty reception from the executive European Commission on Friday.
PARIS Foreign banks are making inquiries about moving to France if Britain leaves the European Union, according financial industry group Paris Europlace, which is busy lobbying the French government for tax breaks to boost the attractiveness of Paris.
PARIS Drivy, a firm that puts privately owned cars up for rent via the Internet, is doubling the scale of its business annually, the France-based company said on Thursday as it announced a 31 million euro (24 million pounds) capital raising.
PARIS Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam was placed under formal investigation on terrorism and murder charges in France on Wednesday after his extradition from Belgium, and he promised to talk to judges during his next hearing, his French lawyer said. | Video
PARIS If France's latest consumer confidence figures are anything to go by, President Francois Hollande is failing to convince voters that the economy is turning the corner as decisively as the deeply unpopular leader says it is.
UNITED NATIONS The United Nations Security Council is set to lift a 12-year-old arms embargo on Ivory Coast on Thursday and renew the U.N. peacekeeping mission for a final year, France's U.N. envoy said.
TOKYO Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and Pacific Metals Co Ltd will sell their stakes in the Weda Bay nickel mine project in Indonesia to France's Eramet SA for a total of about 11 billion yen (68.5 million pounds) due to slumping prices.
GENEVA France will hold an international conference in Paris on May 30 in a bid relaunch talks between Palestinians and Israelis by the end of the year, its foreign minister said in remarks published on Thursday.