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<strong>French</strong> President Hollande optimistic about <strong>French</strong> economy's recovery

French President Hollande optimistic about French economy's recovery

07 Aug 2013

Paris: French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday that fresh positive domestic and regional economic indicators were backing his optimism about the recovery of the country's economy.

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<strong>French</strong> President Hollande declares economic emergency

French President Hollande declares economic emergency

19 Jan 2016

Paris: French President Francois Hollande yesterday pledged to redefine France's business model and declared what he called 'a state of economic and social emergency,' unveiling a 2-billion-euro (USD 2.2 billion) plan to revive hiring and catch up with a fast-moving world economy.

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<strong>French</strong> economic growth under black cloud after Paris attacks

French economic growth under black cloud after Paris attacks

18 Dec 2015

Paris: The French economy is forecast to grow at a slower pace in the fourth quarter due mainly to the impact of the deadly Paris attacks last month, the Insee statistics office has said.

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PM Modi woos <strong>French</strong> businesses with 'Make in India' initiative

PM Modi woos French businesses with 'Make in India' initiative

10 Apr 2015

Paris: France on Friday called India a "bright spot" in global economy, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi used his 'Make in India' initiative to invite top French businesses to invest in the country, particularly in the areas of defence and infrastructure.

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<strong>French</strong> Court Suspends Burkini Ban After Challenge

French Court Suspends Burkini Ban After Challenge

26 Aug 2016

PARIS: A top French court on Friday suspended a ban on full-body burkini swimsuits that has angered Muslims, feminists and civil liberties campaigners.

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France <strong>economy</strong> slides towards recession, says Bank of France

France economy slides towards recession, says Bank of France

09 Nov 2012

France's central bank said it expected the euro zone's second-largest economy to slip into recession as 2012 ends - a scenario that could make it harder for the government to hit next year's debt-reduction targets.

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GST Will Boost <strong>Economy</strong>, Federalism: Arun Jaitley

GST Will Boost Economy, Federalism: Arun Jaitley

03 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said the pan-India Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime was an example of federalism at its best, and will go a long way in boosting the revenues of both the Centre and the state governments.

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<strong>French</strong> Open: All matches cancelled as Roland Garros witnesses first washout in 16 years

French Open: All matches cancelled as Roland Garros witnesses first washout in 16 years

31 May 2016

Paris: All matches on the ninth day of the French Open were cancelled due to persistent rain. It has been 16 years since a whole day of play washed out at Roland Garros yesterday, where the last total washout was May 30, 2000, according to reports.

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<strong>French</strong> Open: Novak Djokovic confronts greatest challenge as clock ticks

French Open: Novak Djokovic confronts greatest challenge as clock ticks

19 May 2016

Paris: Twelve months after his latest bid to complete a career Grand Slam was thwarted, Novak Djokovic targets an elusive French Open title with time and history threatening to conspire against him.

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Google appeals <strong>French</strong> order for global 'right to be forgotten'

Google appeals French order for global 'right to be forgotten'

20 May 2016

Brussels: Alphabet Inc's Google appealed yesterday an order from the French data protection authority to remove certain web search results globally in response to a European privacy ruling, escalating a fight on the extra-territorial reach of EU law.

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