Nissan recalls nearly 700,000 cars in Japan

Automotive: Nissan Recalls 700,000 Vehicles in Japan

RECALL: The manufacturer, Nissan has already announced massive recalls abroad A massive recall. Japanese automaker Nissan announced on Friday the recall of a total of 699,000 vehicles in Japan for various manufacturing defects. He also warned that hundreds of thousands of units were also affected abroad. These various defects have so far not caused any accidents in Japan, the group […]

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Ripple (XRP) Explodes Nearly 100% After Company's First SEC Win

Ripple (XRP) Explodes Nearly 100% After Company’s First SEC Win

RULING: The judge in charge of the case delivered his verdict on the matter by stating that the sale of XRP tokens on crypto exchanges did not constitute investment contracts. Thursday 13th July marked a turning point in the case between Ripple and the SEC. Indeed, the judge in charge of the case delivered his verdict […]

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The electric scooter is taking over cities

Eco-mobility: Electric Scooters is Taking Cities at High Speed

VROUM: As sales figures soar for electric scooters and specialist brands multiply, we tell you all about these “clean” two-wheelers Very practical for short daily journeys, scooters have long found their followers, especially among young people. While the fight against CO2 emissions intensifies, these small two-wheelers were nevertheless neglected in favour of modern technological innovations. But in the space of two […]

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India agrees in principle to purchase 26 Rafales and 3 French submarines

India Agrees in Principle to Purchase 26 Rafales and 3 French Submarines

AIR AND SEA: The Indian Defense Acquisition Board has approved these purchase proposals but prices have not yet been negotiated The invitation of the Indian Prime Minister to Paris, guest of honour of the National Day of July 14th seems to pay. India gave its agreement in principle on Thursday for the purchase from France of 26 Rafale fighter planes, […]

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Court of Auditors investigates the public money to hunters in France

The Court of Auditors Investigates the Millions of Euros of Public Money Paid to Hunters

The institution is surprised that the public service missions entrusted to the federations of hunters are not better controlled, and that the latter do not report more on the use of the sums granted by the State. Hunters don’t just kill animals. The law has in fact entrusted them with public service missions, such as the […]

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Drops of 5-7% on the price of many products should start to show up on supermarket shelves.

Pasta, Oil, Poultry … Price Reductions of 5% to 7% in Supermarkets this Thursday

The Minister Delegate for Trade announced, this Thursday 13th July 2023, that reductions are beginning to be seen the shelves of supermarkets. Others should follow. “We are emerging from a period of very significant inflation, and the decline is beginning,” rejoiced Olivia Grégoire at the microphone of SudRadio, this Thursday 13th July 2023.  The Minister Delegate […]

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Pension reform plans for Self-employed in France

Self-Employed: Why the Reform to Increase their Retirement could be a Flop

The pension reform plans to review the contribution base for self-employed workers to improve their pension rights. But this change may not produce the expected effects. An interesting goal that might not be achieved. By presenting the pension reform, the government has undertaken to raise the pensions of the self-employed, in particular those who receive the smallest […]

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After having achieved a yield not seen for nearly forty years, the LEP interest rate will gradually fall

LEP: How Much Time do you have Left to Take Advantage of the Hot Rate in this Plan?

After having achieved a yield not seen for nearly forty years, the LEP interest rate will gradually fall with the expected decline in inflation. For eligible individuals, however, there is still a little time to take advantage of it. The end of a golden age? Since February 1st, the return on the Livret d’épargne populaire (LEP) has peaked […]

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The airline EasyJet has announced the elimination of 1,700 flights over the next three months.

EasyJet: Why the Airline Decides to Cancel 1,700 Flights this Summer

In total, some 180,000 EasyJet passengers are expected to be affected by these cancellations for July, August and September 2023. The most affected airport is London Gatwick. Did you plan to fly this summer? If you had bet on EasyJet, you could have a bad surprise. This Monday, July 10, 2023, the airline announced the elimination of 1,700 […]

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The beginnings of good news on inflation in France

Inflation: “We Have the Beginnings of Good News”, says the Governor of the Banque de France

This Tuesday 11th July 2023, the Governor of the Banque de France spoke about inflation in France, announcing that the institution has “the beginnings of good news. On the increase in the future rate of the livret A, which should be announced Thursday 13th July 2023, François Villeroy de Galhau remained cautious. Bruno Le Maire, […]

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