Airbus has signed a memorandum of understanding with the airline company SAS Scandinavian Airlines concerning research on ecosystems and infrastructures of hybrid and electric aircraft.

Toulouse; Airbus Signs an Agreement with a Scandinavian Company to Develop Hybrid Aircraft

On Wednesday 22nd May 2019, Airbus signed a joint research project in Toulouse with SAS Scandinavian Airlines for hybrid and electric aircraft. The challenge is immense. Air transport is already responsible for 2% to 3% of global CO2 emissions . And the growth of air traffic is expected to more than double over the next 20 years … A research […]

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The Senate examines Tuesday and Wednesday at first reading the proposed GAFA tax on the digital giants,

The “Gafa Tax” Validated by the Senate to Impose on the Digital Giants

The GAFA tax that must target the digital giants such as Facebook and Google has been validated by the Senate Wednesday 22nd May, 2019. Members and senators still have to agree. The majority Senate on the right has voted by show of hands, on the night of Tuesday, May 21 to Wednesday, May 22, 2019, […]

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Banks could charge some customers for cash withdrawals

Cash Dispensers: Cash Withdrawals Soon More Expensive for Some Customers?

Customers of online banks could pay more for their cash withdrawals. A solution envisaged by some banks to cope with digital competition. Will cash withdrawals from distributors soon be more expensive? This is in any case a reflection that Nicolas Théry, president of Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale. In an interview with Les Echos , Nicolas Théry wonders:  “Why can banks […]

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Elon Musk says Tesla will cut costs to avoid bankruptcy

Tesla: In Deficit, the Company will Cut Costs to Avoid Bankruptcy, According to Elon Musk

DRASTIC: Each of the expenses at Tesla will be combed and approved by the CFO Tesla employees will have to tighten their belts. Driven by the difficulties of production of its Model 3 , the American manufacturer reports a loss of 700 million dollars in the first quarter of 2019, reports Electrek site relayed by  Clubic . Aware of this critical situation for his […]

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Electricity prices will rise 5.9% on June 1st

Electricity: Prices will Increase by 5.9% on June 1st

The increase of 5.9% for electricity was proposed by the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) in February, but the government has postponed this increase of three months, the maximum delay Regulated electricity tariffs are to increase by 5.9% as of 1 June, according to a government document consulted by AFP on Wednesday. The government submitted Tuesday to the Higher Energy Council […]

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Air France confirms 465 Job Losses

Air France: The Management Confirms the Plan for 465 Voluntary Job Losses

In the line of the management, Air France ground staff will face 465 job losses spread over its national bases in France First hitch and perhaps the end of the state of grace for Ben Smith: eight months after his arrival in command of Air France peacemaker, the airline announced Monday 13th May, 2019 a plan of […]

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A Carrefour supermarket in Montpellier on March 28, 2019.

Carrefour Plans up to 3,000 Employee Departures

Of these 3,000 departures from Carrefour, decided in the context of a collective break and announced Friday 3rd May, by the unions, 1230 will result in job cuts. The Carrefour distribution group plans up to 3,000 employee departures in its hypermarkets as part of the project of conventional collective bargaining agreement (RCC) negotiated since the end of March, trade union […]

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Fuel prices have been rising in France since February 2019.

Fuel Prices Go Up, Gasoline at the Highest Level Since 2013

While the price of diesel is very close to its peak in October 2018, just before the start of the yellow vests, the executive is considering a cap on taxes on fuel prices. Readjusted in January 2019, pump fuel prices continued to rise in the country’s petrol stations. To avoid a further growl of the French, the government would […]

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Which city do apartments rent the fastest

Studio, T2, T3, T4 … in Which Cities are the Apartments Renting the Fastest?

The site SeLoger.com has achieved the ranking of cities where the time to rent apartments to a tenant are the shortest. Details. Finding accommodation is often a pain for both the tenant and the landlord . Whether it is a studio, a T2, a T3, T4, T5 … the apartments can leave very quickly depending on the city. To see more clearly, the site […]

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Societe Generale confirms the elimination of 1,600 jobs worldwide, including around 750 in France.

Société Générale Confirms the Abolition of 1,600 Jobs, Including Approximately 750 in France

Because it wants to reduce the size of its market activities, Société Générale will cut 1,600 jobs worldwide, including around 750 in France. The Société Générale announced Tuesday, April 9, 2019 the removal of 1,600 jobs worldwide , including about 750 in France , wishing particularly trim in its market activities. In France, these job cuts that also concern the headquarters […]

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