Foreign Relations of France

Foreign Relations Of France

A charter member of the United Nations, France holds one of the permanent seats in the Security Council and is a member of most of its specialized and related agencies.

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... France has extensive political and economical relations with Asian countries, including China, India, Japan, and Southeast Asia as well as an increasing presence in regional fora ... France was instrumental in launching the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) process which could eventually emerge as a competitor to APEC ... France is seeking to broaden its commercial presence in China and will pose a competitive challenge to U.S ...
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