Brittany : Terrena to Take Over Doux

Announced in May, the transfer could be effective in January … Beset by serious financial difficulties in recent years, Doux will change hands.  The Breton poulterer should indeed complete the move in January  to the agricultural cooperative group Terrena, said Arnaud Marion, CEO of poulterer, in an interview for Le Telegramme. “There will be no social impact, …

Manuel Valls Expects Growth Above 1% in 2015

The Prime Minister believes that the GDP growth in 2016 will boost … The Prime Minister, Manuel Valls said earlier today, Friday in Avignon that France should “exceed” 1% growth in 2015, saying that “the hypothesis of the government of a 1% growth for 2015 annual average is more than ever strengthened. “GDP growth was …

The European Space Agency sign the development contract for Ariane 6 with Airbus and Safran

The European Space Agency (ESA) signed with Airbus Safran Launchers the development contract of the future European launcher Ariane 6, which is to replace the current Ariane 5 for 2020, amounting to 2.4 billion euros. The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed with Airbus Safran Launchers the development contract of the future European launcher Ariane 6, …

Commercial Court of Paris : Vet’Affaires in receivership

The Nantes textile hard discount group filed for bankruptcy. It has a hundred stores in France, five in Loire-Atlantique. The stock website Cercle finance announced placement into receivership Vet’Affaires the group by the Paris Commercial Court. This company, specialized in cheap clothing, was orginally started in Nantes, at the end of the 80 Group, which …

President Hollande Cuts Presidential Spending Costs

Spending Cut a year ahead of target President Hollande has managed to cut the spending at the Elysee Palace.  Electric cars and fewer official visits by plane have helped the President cut his spending which is a year ahead of target.  The Elysée Presidential palace’s expenditure fell below the €100million mark last year, at €98.2million, …