‘We don’t have a choice’: French unions explain why they’ve brought France to a halt
With much of France at a standstill on a second day of a nationwide strike against pension reforms four of the country's biggest unions tell The Local why their cause justifies the huge level of disruption.
Published: 6 December 2019 09:40 CET
Unions say striking is their only option. Photo: AFP
Income tax, property grants and cigarettes: What’s in France’s 2023 budget?
France's finance minister has unveiled the government's financial plans for the next year, and says that his overall aim is to 'protect' households in France from inflation and rises in the cost of living - here's what he announced.
Published: 26 September 2022 15:50 CEST
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