The majority of France's exports to the U.S include valuable commodities such as steel, machinery, pharmaceutical products, consumer products, petroleum, chemicals, iron and transportation equipment. France's imports include crude oil, chemicals, aircraft, machinery, plastics and vehicles from the U.S.
The U.S has -12,012.2 with France.
The Capital of France is Paris.
The 3 largest cities in France are 1. Paris 2. Marseilles 3. Lyon
Frances infrastructure is one of the most sophisticated in the world. They have some of the fastest trains in the world, and all their roads are paved. They have a major airline that is global. They have a high ranked infrastructure among advanced countries.
France has a population of 66.03%
The primary language spoken in France is French but 39% of the population speaks English
Dress- Home of many high-end fashion houses that include: Dior, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Many French people dress sophisticated, professional and fashionable. Typical outfits include: dresses, suits, long coats, scarves and berets.
Food- Food and wine are central to life at all socioeconomic levels. Cooking with heavy sauces and complicated preparation is popular. However 74% of restaurants in France are using prepared meals instead of fresh cuisine.
Geography- France is located in Western Europe which also has territory in South America, the Caribbean, and the Indian Ocean.
Art- Many of history's most re-owned artists include: Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, and Camille Pissarro. The Louvre Museum in Paris is among the world's largest museum.
Religions- Catholicism is the predominant religion of France. 64% identify as Roman Catholic. 6.5% identify as Muslim.
France is one of the most modern and highly-developed countries in the world, with one of the largest economies, and is a leader among European nations.
rance has a surface area of over 550,000 km2 (215,000 miles2), including overseas territories. This makes it the largest country in Western Europe. Due to its overseas departments and territories scattered worldwide, France possesses one of the largest Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) in the world, covering over 11,035,000 km2 (4,260,000 miles2).
France sticks to it culture but they have made it more modern.