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Sale dates Updated on 08/06/2022 From June 22 to July 19 The Sales start date Fixed in Wednesday June 22 to me 8 am. Sales will end on Tuesday 19 July 2022 included. Sales is an opportunity to do good business for consumers, and sell their inventory to dealers. Liquidation is the only promotional period … Read more

But why would Europe be able to organize a common defense when it has allowed some selfish nationalism to burden the euro’s effectiveness for 20 years?

Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), prepares to give her signature to be printed on euro banknotes in Frankfurt am Main on November 27, 2019. ©© Daniel Roland/AFP Feeling of priority The topic of common defense has been mentioned again by some EU leaders. However, can we believe it is applicable, when … Read more

Brexit and immigration: This surprising political lesson from the UK about the true nature of our identity concerns

Boris Johnson delivers a speech on immigration at Leeds Airport on 14 April 2022. Since Brexit, immigration to the United Kingdom has increased. Atlantico: Since Brexit, Immigration to the UK has increased. However, it is no longer seen as a major issue by British citizens at all, according to data from the IPSOS Issues Index … Read more

On the 100th day of the invasion of Ukraine, Zelensky says he is sure of his victory

The war in Ukraine enters its 100th day on Friday. Fighting intensified in the eastern Donbass region and around its strategic city of Severodonetsk. Carry on with our lives. 5:16 pm: French fighter killed in Ukraine Quai d’Orsay confirms the death of a French man who went to fight in Ukraine as a volunteer, and … Read more

The eurozone, burdened by inflation and war efforts, is preparing for zero growth for 2022

Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), prepares to give her signature to be printed on euro banknotes in Frankfurt am Main on November 27, 2019. ©Daniel Rowland/AFP Atlantico Business It now appears that any recovery in activity in Europe is unlikely in the second quarter of this year due to the war … Read more

Inflation today and stagnation tomorrow?

Inflation was +4.5%, according to INSEE, for the month of March. Eurostat confirms that the Eurozone is over 7%. Sectoral trends have been recorded at up to 15% (materials, wood, steel, aluminium) and appear to be robust. Since then, the issue of purchasing power has once again become the primary concern of the citizens and … Read more

Constantly growing, the Hardees Group is focusing on international development and developing its solutions

2021 will be a good year for the Hardis Group, with revenues of 132.7 million euros, an increase of 9.8%, and a profitability increase of 24% compared to 2019. This dynamic is manifold: in the lead, an increase of almost 34% in sales of Reflex licenses, and its suite of solutions for services Logistics, but … Read more

In London, rebels ‘hotbed of Russian money laundering’

Posted in: 03/11/2022 – 21:15 For seven years, the UK offered visas to wealthy investors without control over the source of the funds. At the time of the sanctions against the Russian oligarchy, the British capital was forced to confront the presence of dirty money on its territory. From our correspondent in London, “ When … Read more