Procter & Gamble Continues to Invest in its Amiens Plant

On the occasion of the Choose France 2021 summit, Procter & Gamble announced an investment of 40 million euros in its Amiens plant. Procter & Gamble. The group is continuing…

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Vaccinated Europeans will be Able to Enter France Without PCR Test

From June 9, Europeans vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to enter France, without having to present proof of a negative PCR test, French Minister of Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari announced…

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France will Receive Fewer Doses of Covid-19 Vaccine than expected in June

France expects about 28 million doses of vaccine received during the month of June, less than the 32 million expected according to the latest forecasts.  A drop in deliveries of…

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France’s Arms Exports Fell by More than 40% in 2020

According to a report from the French Ministry of the Armed Forces submitted to Parliament on Tuesday, French arms exports fell by nearly 41% last year. “In 2020, the amount…

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Some Restaurants will Prefer not to Reopen for Lack of Profitability

In France restaurants , it is soon the end of a long period of inactivity. While Emmanuel Macron last week confirmed the goal of a gradual reopening, professionals can finally…

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France: Cafes Restaurants the Solidarity Fund More Easily Accessible in June

 Franch Economy and Finance minister  explained, Monday, May 3, that access or solidarity funds would be facilitated for companies in the catering, culture and events. From the month of June,…

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Douglas Closes 20% of its Stores in Europe 350 Jobs Threatened in France

Nearly 20% of the stores of the German perfume group Douglas will close in Europe, the group announced Thursday. Affected by the fall in economic activity linked to the coronavirus…

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Unemployment up 0.9% in November in France

The number of job seekers without any activity rose 0.9% to 3.828 million, according to figures released Monday by the labor ministry. The labor market has once again deteriorated under…

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French Investigators will Question Carlos Ghosn in Lebanon

French media reported that, French investigators will arrive in Lebanon next month to question the former executive director of the Renault-Nissan alliance, Carlos Ghosn. Yesterday, Saturday, the agency quoted an…

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Segolene Royal: It is Time for A woman to be The President of France

“It is time for a woman to be president,” she said, still promising to step aside if a leftist figure was better placed than she to win. Former 2007 presidential…

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Celio Plans to Close 102 Stores in France

“344 jobs in stores and 39 in support functions” are concerned, according to a press release from the management specifying that the consultation of the CSE “will extend until the…

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The Debt: France Wants to Pool at European Level

At the time when France is worried about a risk of second wave of Covid-19, a report draws up the already salty invoice of the first: a debt which explodes…

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