Business & Finance
Pension reform strikes: unions call for “harder, more massive, more numerous” strikes on 11th February
The third pension reform strikes in a month in France drew significantly less people on Tuesday, however another is planned in just a matter of days.
An insight into Monaco’s growing public sector workforce
A new report shows that Monaco’s public sector workforce grew in 2022, with more than 5,000 people now employed by the State for a Principality of just two square kilometres.
CMB Monaco and OneRagtime sign partnership to foster “early stage and growth” investments
Monaco-based international private bank CMB Monaco has signed a deal with venture capital specialists OneRagtime in an effort to give clients exclusive early access to investments in pioneering...
EU increases pressure on Russia by boosting fuel price caps
The European Union has put further price caps on Russian oil exports which it says will help stabilise global energy markets.
Monaco National Council Elections: One party holds all the power
It was a clean sweep for the Union Nationale Monégasque over the weekend, with National Council President Brigitte Boccone-Pagès and her party winning all 24 seats.