France's top business daily, Les Echos covers domestic and international economic, financial and markets news. Founded in 1908, the newspaper has been the property of French luxury good conglomerate LVMH (Moet Hennessy - Louis Vuitton) since 2007.


Long Haul: Europe's Aviation Sector Needs More Than A Rescue

The pandemic has thrown the sector into a tailspin. But if European states are willing to work to...


Animal Instinct: A Pragmatic Manifesto For Synthetic Meat

Synthetic meat is on the rise — and this shouldn't just be big news for vegans. Philosophers a...

United Kingdom

UK: Stuck Between Brexit Isolation And Hong Kong Idealism

London generously opened its doors to Hong Kongers fleeing Xi Jinping's regime, which stands in s...


Crisis Innovation: Business Exceptions That Prove The Rule

Throwback ideas and the next big thing are working for some, even as many other parts of the econ...


China's Ticking Time Bomb Of Mass Unemployment

Containing the COVID-19 outbreak came at a huge cost in terms of earnings and employment. And no ...


Bring It Home: A Post-Pandemic Recipe For "Reshoring" Industry

-OpEd- As the COVID-19 crisis swept its way across France, some of the products people needed the most — masks, respirators and key electronic components — simply weren't available. ...


Deng To Xi, The Troubling "Sovietization" Of China

Beijing seems to be abandoning the very strategy that allowed it to not only survive the collapse...


Work → In Progress: Designing A Post-Pandemic Future

Let's not forget that well before COVID-19, we often referred to the "revolution" underway in the workplace. Automation, digitalization, climate change and other seismic shifts were bringing upon ...