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More than half of France’s TGV trains cancelled because of strike
More disruptions could be ahead
EURO NEWS - Around 60% of France’s TGV and Intercity trains were cancelled this weekend because of a strike by SNCF workers, pushing the country's Minister of Transport to call for "collective responsibility".
France, Germany to coordinate on power price relief to companies
BLOOMBERG - French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire will work with his German counterpart Christian Lindner to align aid to companies struggling with high power prices, while coordinating a response to US energy policies.
France, Germany to coordinate on power price relief to companies
BLOOMBERG - French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire will work with his German counterpart Christian Lindner to align aid to companies struggling with high power prices, while coordinating a response to US energy policies.
France sees greater risk of power crunch in January
BLOOMBERG - France faces greater risk of an electricity shortfall in January because many nuclear plants may still be undergoing extended outages.
Australia sticks to US nuclear subs despite French criticism
AP – Australia’s prime minister said Friday he remained committed to building a fleet of submarines powered by U.S. nuclear technology despite the French president describing the plan as a “confrontation with China.”
Meloni hits back at France in migrants row
REUTERS – Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni hit back at France on Friday in a row over who should be responsible for taking in migrants rescued at sea.
France sets its military goals as war is back in Europe
AP - President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday that France’s military strategy must strengthen the country as an independent, respected nuclear-armed power through the end of the decade, warning against a risk of escalation and other global effects of Ukraine war.
Iran-France eight-month trade up 53%
The trade between Iran and France reach €235.4 million in the first eight months of 2022, registering 53 percent of rise compared to corresponding figure for preceding year.
France ready to adopt minimum tax if no EU deal found: Le Maire
Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Germany would follow, Le Maire says
Bloomberg - France is ready to move ahead on a global minimum tax on companies next year if a European agreement cannot be reached, Finance Minister Bruno le Maire said in an interview with Le Parisien newspaper published Sunday.
Imerys to open lithium mine in France
Industrial metals firm Imerys said Monday it plans to open one of Europe's largest lithium mines in central France by 2027 to help support the continent's move towards electric vehicles.
Photojournalist injured by police in Paris protests
Syrian photojournalist Zakaria Abdelkafi suffered a heavy blow to the head, above his left eye, when police clashed with protestors at a cost-of-living demonstration in Paris on Tuesday.
March against inflation turns up political heat in France
Thousands of protesters piled into the streets of Paris on Sunday in a show of anger against the bite of rising prices and cranking up pressure on the government of President Emmanuel Macron.
France ramps up war support for Ukraine, rebuilds armories
France on Sunday pledged air defense systems to protect Ukrainian cities against drone strikes, as well as an expanded training program for Ukrainian soldiers, as it seeks to puncture perceptions that French President Emmanuel Macron’s government has lagged in supporting Ukraine militarily against the Russian military operation.

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