The allocation rentree scolaire, paid to approximately to three million families, makes it possible to finance the purchase of school supplies

Back to School: The Allocation Rentree Scolaire will be Paid on Tuesday

FINANCE: The allocation rentree scolaire, paid to approximately to three million families, makes it possible to finance the purchase of school supplies Paid to parents with modest incomes and intended to help them pay for their children’s school supplies, the allocation rentree scolaire (ARS) will be paid this Tuesday. Amount, conditions of resources, procedures … We take stock […]

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The unemployment rate fell by 0.2 point in the second quarter to 8.5% of the labor force in France (excluding Mayotte), continuing its downward trend.

Unemployment Rate Continues its Slow Decline

At 8.5% in the second quarter, the unemployment rate returned to a level in early 2009. It is down 0.6 points in one year. The unemployment rate continued its slow decline in the second quarter to 8.5 %, according to INSEE figures released Wednesday 14th August 2019, despite a modest growth. Since mid-2015, the unemployment rate has continued to […]

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After a gloomy start to the year, tourists return to France

Tourism in France: Attendance Up After a Gloomy Start to the Year due to “Yellow Vests”

REBOUND: Tourist attendance across France has increased, all types of accommodation combined, both thanks to foreign customers and that of the French Tourist attendance rebounded in the second quarter in France, all types of accommodation combined, after a decline early in the year related to the social movement of ” yellow vests  “, which had particularly affected the Ile-de-France, according to the […]

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HSBC Bank pays 300 million euros to close a money laundering investigation

HSBC Bank Pays 300 Million Euros to Close a Money Laundering Investigation

In Belgium, the Swiss branch of the HSBC bank, suspected of helping hundreds of customers to deceive the state, has agreed to pay a record fine in the country. The Swiss subsidiary of HSBC Bank has accepted in Belgium a financial penalty of nearly 300 million euros to close a criminal investigation opened in 2014 for “serious tax […]

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Donald Trump at the White House on July 31, 2019.

Donald Trump Raises Trade Dispute with China

The US president announced on Twitter Thursday 1st August 2019 that his administration would impose additional tariffs on imports from China. Donald Trump again on Thursday 1st August 2019 fomented the trade war against Beijing, announcing its intention to extend additional tariffs to all imports from China, causing market amazement, worried about the impact on the market and […]

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Donald Trump threatens to tax French wine in retaliation for GAFA tax

Donald Trump Threatens to Tax French Wine in Retaliation for GAFA Tax

Donald Trump denounced “stupidity” Emmanuel Macron and threatens to tax French wine in retaliation for the GAFA tax on the digital giants. Donald Trump stepped in on Friday 26th  July 2019 against France and its tax on the US digital giants denouncing “the stupidity” of President Emmanuel Macron and threatening to retaliate the French wine, one of the […]

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La Poste: The Price of Red and Green Stamps will Increase by 10% in 2020 1

La Poste: The Price of Red and Green Stamps will Increase by 10% in 2020

La Poste has announced that the red stamp will increase from 1.05 to 1.16 euro, and the green stamp, the most used, from 88 to 97 euro cents, from 1st January 2020. On 1st January 2020, the rates of mail (+ 4.7%) and packages (+ 2%) will further increase at La Poste. “Tariff adjustments”, explains the group in a statement: “This evolution makes […]

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Demonstration against Ceta in Paris, July 16, 2019.

Ceta: The Ratification of the Controversial EU-Canada Agreement Voted in the Assembly

The French deputies approved Tuesday 23rd July 2019 the ratification of the free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (Ceta), with a record of disputes within LREM. Despite a record number of protests in the LREM majority group, the ratification of the controversial Free Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada (Ceta) was approved Tuesday 23rd […]

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The Audeline team, a brand of farm ice cream with sheep's milk.

Aude: Lauragais Sheep’s Milk Ice Cream Sold on the Internet!

It was in 1995 in Mayreville in the Lauragais region that Audeline was born, a brand of farm ice cream made from sheep’s milk. Zoom on the national development of a farm brand … Carine and Félix Bossut settled on the Bosc farm in Mayreville, Aude, in 1986 with the ambition of producing sheep’s milk for the production of Roquefort cheese. In 1995, […]

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