Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's former finance minister who resigned earlier this month, plans to attend the annual August picnic hosted by French politician and anti-austerity advocate Arnaud Montebourg, the organizers said. The Greek economist will ... Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
Arnaud Montebourg (photo Steven Dutarte) Shale gas in Europe it's a revolution that does not seem to be happening. Even in countries like Poland and the UK, where governments are pushing it. However, European shale gas may get a second chance ...EnergyPost.eu, 2 weeks ago
The French government is bringing back its 'made in France' plan to kickstart local production. It's an initiative that could have unintended consequences for the French tech industry. In 2013, France's then minister for the economy, productivity ...ZDNet, 6 days ago
(Adds adjusted amount shareholders to receive, GE spokesman comment) PARIS, July 27 (Reuters) - Alstom is to accept 300 million euros ($333 million) less than previously agreed for its power turbines unit from General Electric as a ...CNBC, 1 week ago Alstom shells out again to keep GE deal on track BDlive, 6 days ago Alstom offers concessions to keep GE deal on track EurActiv.com, 6 days ago
The trial of ex-Chadian dictator Hissène Habré in Senegal inspired an interesting comment from the satirical weekly Le Canard Enchainé . For the journal, that France had to go through a great deal of trouble to bring her former ally to court is ...Radio France Internationale, 1 week ago
Bruno Cavalier, chief economist at Odo & Cie comments on the economic outlook for the French economy. In July, the business climate in France has almost returned to its long-termaverage after four years of more or less marked depression. With the ...Investment Europe, 1 week ago
, I had the opportunity to attend and cover a ceremony here in commemoration of the 71st Anniversary of D-Day. Little information was given to my partner, Staff. Sgt. Opal Vaughan, of the 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), and I, ...DVIDS, 2 weeks ago
Austerity's Achilles' heel - The economic landscape looks fairly stark across the eurozone, as public budgets remain stubbornly austere and growth is a shadow of its former self.
For the past five years, members of the European monetary union have been swinging the axe at public budgets to rebalance their books. Europe's age of austerity has been grueling and, for some, there is no end in sight. In 2009, Greece's ...JD Supra, 3 weeks ago
The Greek referendum is a political oddity that was observed worldwide With 61 percent of the vote the government-supported "no" won unexpectedly A different analysis came from each of the four corners of the world Seen from Athens the situation ...Uncova, 3 weeks ago
July 07th, 2015 12:10am Posted In: Shale Gas , News By Country , More Countries , United States , Featured Articles , France , Shale & Unconventionals Protecting the environment while supporting shale gas drilling explorations seems to be ...Natural Gas Europe, 3 weeks ago
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