France’s unemployment rate climbed to the highest in almost 16 years in the third quarter as President Francois Hollande struggles to revive an economy that has barely grown in two years.
Following is a summary of Cuba’s October tourist arrivals from the National Statistics Office in Havana:
Following is a summary of Cuba’s October tourist arrivals by country of origin, from the National Statistics Office in Havana:
In the heart of Paris’s swanky 7th arrondissement, the 17th-century Laennec hospital is being refurbished to house Gucci-owner Kering SA’s new headquarters.
Rizza Jo Jaro, 18, went into labor in an evacuation center in Tacloban on Nov. 8 as Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of the worst storms on record to hit land, ripped through the Philippine city in Eastern Visayas.
Mongolia completed its first paved road connecting Ulaanbaatar to the border with China, which buys more than 80 percent of the nation’s exports.
Germany’s economy lost momentum in the third quarter while France and Italy contracted, adding to evidence that the euro region’s recovery is flagging.
The French economy unexpectedly shrank in the third quarter as President Francois Hollande failed to revive corporate investment in the face of one of the world’s heaviest tax burdens.
The dollar strengthened to a two- month high against the yen as signs the world’s largest economy is gathering momentum boosted the appeal of the U.S. currency.
Euro-area growth data this week may show the region’s nascent recovery slowing to a crawl, supporting Mario Draghi’s case for an interest-rate cut to help the economy get back to its feet.