Seine-et-Marne: The Napoleon Park Project Delayed?

It has a budget of 244 million euros that must be brought together to concrete the project led by Yves Jégo. In the current context, difficult to convince investors … Announced for 2023, Parc Napoléon is still looking to complete its financing plan. During the last Community Council meeting of Montereau (Seine-et-Marne), which carries the project, Yves Jégo …

Autoroutes: 30% Discounts on Tolls from 10 Round Trips per Month

Companies of the autoroutes (toll roads) are committed to offering 30% discounts on subscriptions for motorists who make at least 10 round trips per month. Details. A first answer to yellow vests. Motorists who regularly use the autoroutes will benefit from a lower toll rates , announced the Minister of Transport , Elisabeth Borne, Thursday 17th January. According to her, motorway companies …

France Launches “Plan Linked to a Brexit Without Agreement”, Announces Edouard Philippe

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced a plan to protect the French and the companies from a “Hard Brexit” of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Prime Minister Philippe announced Thursday the launch of a “plan linked to a Brexit without agreement ” to deal with the possibility “less and less unlikely” of a brutal exit or hard Brexit …

Health: Glasses, Dentures and Hearing soon reimbursed 100%

Glasses, dentures and hearing aids will be fully reimbursed by the Social Security and complementary health from 2020. The decree was published Saturday, January 12 in the Official Journal . From 2020, some glasses, dental crowns and hearing aids will be fully reimbursed by Social Security and complementary health. This is the implementation of the reform on  “zero charge rest” , adopted in December by …

Parc Astérix is ​​Recruiting 1,000 People

In anticipation of its reopening in April 2019, Parc Astérix is ​​recruiting 1,000 people, particularly for the opening of its second hotel, the Cité Suspendue. The Parc Astérix , which celebrates its 30 th anniversary, opens a new recruitment session in the business of hospitality and catering , to address the opening of its second hotel, the Cité Suspendue (the Hanging City) and its …

Yellow Vests: Michel-Edouard Leclerc Believes that “Work Does Not Pay Enough in France”

In the midst of the yellow vests crisis, Michel-Edouard Leclerc spoke at the microphone of BFMTV on the issue of wages in France. Believing that “work does not pay enough in France”, he assured that the vast majority of his employees will receive bonuses The CEO of the group E.Leclerc was the guest, Thursday 10th January, direct Jean-Jacques …

Jaguar Land Rover to Cut 5,000 Jobs in UK

According to the BBC, car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is preparing to cut 5,000 jobs across the Channel, more than 10% of its workforce, in a context of uncertainties related to Brexit. The automaker Jaguar Land Rover will cut 4,500 jobs in the UK, more than 10% of its workforce, affected by a drop in sales in China and …