Covid will cost France half a trillion euros in state aid and lost revenues, says government

Covid will cost France half a trillion euros in state aid and lost revenues, says government

The Covid-19 pandemic will set the French state back nearly half a trillion euros over three years in additional spending and reduced tax revenues, the government said on Tuesday.

France’s Finance Minister says national debt will rise as Covid-19 destroys rebound hopes

France’s Finance Minister says national debt will rise as Covid-19 destroys rebound hopes

Why these European business owners are staying loyal to London
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Why these European business owners are staying loyal to London

Why getting a mortgage in France is about to get more difficult

Why getting a mortgage in France is about to get more difficult

Brexit sent 2,500 jobs and €170 billion assets to France, says French bank chief

Brexit sent 2,500 jobs and €170 billion assets to France, says French bank chief

How post-Brexit bank account changes could affect British people in France

How post-Brexit bank account changes could affect British people in France

Contrôle technique: How to save money on your compulsory French car inspection

Contrôle technique: How to save money on your compulsory French car inspection

France unveils big-spending budget to tackle Covid-shock and pledges no new taxes

France unveils big-spending budget to tackle Covid-shock and pledges no new taxes

Brits in France: Have you been affected by the closures of UK bank accounts?

Brits in France: Have you been affected by the closures of UK bank accounts?

France to draw up new finance plan: Fillon

France to draw up new finance plan: Fillon

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France to unveil austerity budget

Budget targets deficit amid uncertain growth

Budget targets deficit amid uncertain growth

European bank regulator arrives in Paris in boost to Macron’s financial vision for city

European bank regulator arrives in Paris in boost to Macron’s financial vision for city

How to find the best rate when sending money abroad
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How to find the best rate when sending money abroad

The ‘compelling’ reason why Europe’s unicorns are choosing London
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The ‘compelling’ reason why Europe’s unicorns are choosing London

10 surprising things you never knew about FrankfurtRheinMain
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10 surprising things you never knew about FrankfurtRheinMain

These 10 facts prove London is still open for business
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These 10 facts prove London is still open for business

France’s Luc Besson seeks cash as film studio stumbles

France’s Luc Besson seeks cash as film studio stumbles

Why you are paying too much to send money abroad
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Why you are paying too much to send money abroad

How to make expat money transfers cheaper and more efficient
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How to make expat money transfers cheaper and more efficient

Marine Le Pen asked to reimburse the EU €340,000

Marine Le Pen asked to reimburse the EU €340,000

6 reasons expats use TransferWise to send money
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6 reasons expats use TransferWise to send money

Avoid hidden fees when sending money overseas
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Avoid hidden fees when sending money overseas

Five ways France throws money down the drain

Five ways France throws money down the drain

The cheapest and fastest way to transfer money
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The cheapest and fastest way to transfer money

French fraudster targets women called Josette

French fraudster targets women called Josette

France unveils billions in savings to appease EU

France unveils billions in savings to appease EU

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Marseille victim of €700,000 Chinese scam

France pushes to break ‘Robin Hood tax’ impasse

France pushes to break ‘Robin Hood tax’ impasse

French youths among Europe’s poorest: study

French youths among Europe’s poorest: study

France narrowly escapes new recession

France narrowly escapes new recession

Critic with ‘Anglo-Saxon CV’ joins Hollande’s team

Critic with ‘Anglo-Saxon CV’ joins Hollande’s team

Watchdog slams French banks over ‘sneaky’ fees

Watchdog slams French banks over ‘sneaky’ fees

France announces plan to cut deficit by 2014

France announces plan to cut deficit by 2014

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‘Little chance’ of France hitting growth forecast

Hollande welcomes EU Budget ‘compromise’

Hollande welcomes EU Budget ‘compromise’

Hollande set to compromise in EU cut

Hollande set to compromise in EU cut

Hollande launches veiled barb at UK’s Cameron

Hollande launches veiled barb at UK’s Cameron

Hollande: No EU budget deal in sight

Hollande: No EU budget deal in sight

Most French believe France is ‘bankrupt’

Most French believe France is ‘bankrupt’

Minister insists France not ‘totally bankrupt’

Minister insists France not ‘totally bankrupt’

Sarkozy’s next move: Is he off to London?

Sarkozy’s next move: Is he off to London?

Banks face credit downgrade over Greece

Banks face credit downgrade over Greece

China backs Lagarde’s bid to head IMF: report

China backs Lagarde’s bid to head IMF: report

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Sarkozy: ‘we won’t let Greece fail’

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France, Germany push euro governance revamp

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French finance minister welcomes US debt deal

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Pecresse: France will not waver on deficit

France unveils austerity plan as growth slows

France unveils austerity plan as growth slows

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Banking federation admits dollar shortfall

France will hold on to triple-A rating: bank chief

France will hold on to triple-A rating: bank chief

Moody’s downgrades top French banks

Moody’s downgrades top French banks

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French police dismantle Occupy camp

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Crédit Agricole pumps cash into Greek subsidiary