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Pilot Strike: The Company Hop! hopes to Cover almost all of its Regional flights by Monday

STRIKE ACTION: Air France offers travellers who wish to postpone their flight with Hop! free of charge exchanges The pilots of Hop! are on strike this Monday. The movement should cause little disruption on Monday among the flights of this regional subsidiary of Air France, however, announced the management of the company. “Air France plans to cover all of its […]

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Brexit: "Not sure" to have an agreement with the British by the end of the year, warns Macron

Brexit: “Not Sure” to Have an Agreement with the British by the End of the Year, warns Macron

NEGOTIATIONS: Negotiations are just beginning between the UK and the EU on the exit terms of Brexit It is far from over. Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday that he was “not sure” that negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom will be successful by the end of 2020, while  Brexit is now in effect. “I am not sure that we will have a […]

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Ari France employees are called to strike on Friday February 21 and Saturday February 22,

Call to Strike at Air France for Friday and Saturday

Five Air France airline unions are calling for a protest against the increased use of subcontracting. Employees assigned to short-haul flights at Air France, at regional stopovers and at Paris-Orly, are mobilized in the context of a strike call on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd February 2020. A call by five unions (CGT, CFDT, CFE-CGC, FO and UNSA) […]

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Renault stand at the Brussels motor show on January 9, 2020.

Renault Records a Net Loss of 141 Million Euros, a First for 10 Years

The French automaker, Renault fell into the red in 2019. A year marked in particular by a decline in its activity and several upheavals at the level of the staff. The Renault French automaker fell into the red last year for the first time since 2009, recording a net loss of 141 million euros, without seeing the end […]

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Coronavirus is affecting the growth of economy in France

Coronavirus: According to Bruno Le Maire, the Epidemic Cost France 0.1 Points of Growth

The Minister of Economy, Bruno Le Maire, assesses the impact of the coronavirus on French growth at -0.1%. If the epidemic continues, the impact could be greater. The coronavirus outbreak could halt French growth by 0.1 percentage point in 2020, French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Thursday. Admit that we are not too far from the peak of […]

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The unemployment rate fell sharply, by 0.4 points, in the fourth quarter of 2019 to 8.1% of the labor force

Unemployment Rate at 8.1% is at its Lowest Level Since Late 2008

The unemployment rate fell by 0.4 points in the fourth quarter of 2019, according to figures published by INSEE on Thursday 13th February 2020. The unemployment rate fell sharply by 0.4 points in the fourth quarter of 2019 to settle at 8.1% of the working population and reach its lowest level since the end of 2008, according to figures published by INSEE on Thursday. February 13, […]

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The pack of Marlboro cigarettes, the most sold in France, will soon cost 10 euros. In Luxembourg, it is half the price.

Tobacco: New Price Rises on 1st March 2020, Packet of Marlboro at 10 Euros

The government published this Tuesday 11th February 2020 a decree fixing the new increase of 50 cents on the prices of cigarettes and roll-your-own tobacco. Details. Tobacco prices continue to climb. The pack of Marlboro cigarettes will even pass the symbolic threshold of 10 euros . Published in the Official Journal on Tuesday 11th February 2020, a ministerial decree fixes the tenth revision of taxes on tobacco prices […]

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Foxconn, the manufacturer of the iPhone is to manufacture masks for the coronavirus

Coronavirus: Foxconn, the Largest Manufacturer of iPhone, Launches into the Production of Masks

INDUSTRY: WHO announced a global shortage of masks caused by the coronavirus on Friday Faced with an ever-increasing demand for protective masks, the Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn has decided to start producing these products. Due to the panic surrounding the Coronavirus, the increase in purchases of these masks has caused a global stock-out. To the point that the World Health Organization (WHO) […]

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Pronuptia: The specialist in wedding dresses closes definitively

Pronuptia: The Specialist in Wedding Dresses Closes Definitively

ECONOMY: Pronuptia, which has 41 shops and 234 employees, claimed the position of market leader This Thursday, the French distributor of wedding dresses confirmed the final closure of the business. Placed in compulsory liquidation, the group failed to pay its debt. It’s over for Pronuptia and its 234 employees. This Thursday, the French distributor of wedding dresses confirmed the […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU negotiator Michel Barnier on October 17, 2019 in Brussels.

EU and London Join Post-Brexit Battle

The European Union and the United Kingdom must agree on the new contours of their relationship, in particular on the commercial level. Fishing is a major issue. The European Union and the United Kingdom embark on Monday 3rd February 2020 in the post-Brexit battle by displaying the red lines of their future relationship, which remains to be built at the cost of arduous […]

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