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French government, employers and unions begin final discussions on labour reforms

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Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2011-04-18

Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship

Viviane Reding is Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of justice, fundamental rights and citizenship. Last summer, she clashed with French President Nicolas Sarkozy over France's expulsion of Roma citizens. She tells France 24 about the situation of Roma people today, as well as the EU's response to the current wave of immigration from north Africa.

Presented by Christophe Robeet

Prepared by Anastassia Metral

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2017-07-21 France

French farming: New markets are fine but old standards are vital

After Albania, we look at how France is faring when it comes to its farming and how it works with other non-EU countries in that sector. France is the EU's agricultural...

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2017-07-21 Albania

Agriculture in Albania: Meeting EU standards

FRANCE 24 looks at how the EU is working with non-EU countries on developing their agricultural sectors. Albania gained EU accession status in 2014. It already receives a small...

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2017-07-15 Google

Margrethe Vestager: 'Google has to follow European rules'

It's another record-breaking ruling from the European Commission. Margrethe Vestager, the EU Commissioner for Competition, has fined US search giant Google 2.4 billion euros for...

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2017-07-15 tourism

Tourism in the EU: Imagining brand Europe

The recent terror attacks in London and the migration crisis could make this year a difficult season for tourism in Europe. France remains one of the most visited countries in...

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2017-07-08 Pierre Moscovici

Pierre Moscovici: 'France is capable of reforming itself'

Our special guest is Pierre Moscovici, the EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs. The former French finance minister believes that the economic reforms wanted by the...

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