Aug 27 2014

Macron Bercy: MEDEF "wants to see" Force Workers 'worried'

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"(With the new government), it is in the social-liberalism. And Emmanuel Macron is the symbol. " The least one can say is that the appointment of former banker at Rothschild to head the Department of Economics1 is far to please Jean-Claude Mailly2 General Secretary FO.

Even before the new tenant Bercy has taken office, the union is under no illusions about the economic policy that will lead. "Given his background, the economic policy of the last two years, namely a policy of austerity, will be strengthened (with its arrival)," said Jean-Claude Mailly, Wednesday morning on France Inter. "This line is in line with that of the MEDEF. (His appointment) is not a good idea for the French economy. I'm worried. Unless Emmanuel Macron change. "

It could therefore be expected that employers welcome the arrival of the man who was "one of the fathers of the pact of responsibility" as "recalled Jean-Claude Mailly. But the president of MEDEF, Pierre Gattaz3, was more cautious than expected. He "expects to see the facts and actions" before welcome the appointment of former economic adviser to Francois Hollande instant payday loans. "Too often in this country tended to hear wonderful political speeches and behind it was anything at the actions," he added.

"Emmanuel Macron knows the business, knows the market economy and knows globalization"

Pierre Gattaz, President of MEDEF

successor Laurence Parisot has not failed, however, to portray substitute Arnaud Montebourg. "Emmanuel Macron has three advantages: it knows the business, knows the market economy and he knows the globalization," he said on RTL. If he can help us and support us with concrete and coherent measures, it will work. " E

Macron in charge of the economy: a good signal when you know he has been the architect Pact Responsibility!

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"Arnaud Montebourg was a good minister" Jean-Claude

Mailly, secretary general of FO

As for his predecessor at Bercy, Arnaud Montebourg5 if the boss of bosses refused to comment on his departure, Jean-Claude Mailly, he , welcomed the results of the one that was "a good minister, as Estrosi (former Industry Minister Nicolas Sarkozy under, ed.)

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Aug 19 2014

The New York Times knock out the economic policy of the Eurozone

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"Stubbornness European leader", "against-productive decisions", "change of essential attitude of Germany" and other language elements: the editors of the New York Times1 have Sunday delivered a stinging attack on the economic policies of the Eurozone. At the center of criticism of American daily: Germany, which, as first power on the continent, would be the source of almost all the bad decisions taken at European level. Growth

is not waiting for you: zero France2, it was down 0.2% in Germany3 and Italy4. "No one should be surprised that the economy of the Eurozone still walking backwards" according to the New York Times, which points to the stubbornness of European leaders to continue their policies so that "they are exactly the wrong treatment. " This "abuse" referred to the editorialists of the New York newspaper is austerity, "the insistence of the European Union, led by Germany, to push governments to reduce their deficits by cutting spending and raising taxes has hindered the recovery. " The European Central Bank (ECB) is not spared, "the ECB has been too slow and not enough willingness to lower interest rates and to redeem the obligations of States, so that these two measures are effective" cash advances pay day loan. Result of this series of bad choices, according to the New York newspaper: in addition to sluggish growth, deflation threatens Europe5 and industrial production continues to fall. The newspaper

advocates radical change of attitude

And the New York Times to offer solutions to boost growth Eurozone6. "Big changes are needed. Like other central banks around the world have done, the ECB should buy bonds of states and other loans, to lower interest rates and encourage banks to lend more to businesses and individuals "analyzes the daily, explaining that the risk that such a policy causes runaway inflation are close to zero.

In addition to these new shares in the BCE7, the New York Times advocates a different tax policy. The simultaneous requests of the EU (worn again by Germany8, the daily) to lower deficits and rising labor flexibility are against-productive and unrealistic in times of mass unemployment.

Finally, the newspaper "advises" on European leaders to take advantage of low borrowing rates currently to revive the economy of the area. But if these measures succeed, the New York Times calls for a radical change of attitude of the European authorities in general and Germany in particular.


Aug 17 2014

Economic policy: Holland Valls and cling to their course

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Why change a policy that does not work? Growth may well be zero, François Hollande 1s'en lies in the roadmap that has set December 31, 2013 and he subsequently clarified on January 14. At the 70th anniversary of the landing in Provence2 Friday it has raised the wrong digit INSEE indirectly, a sentence at the conclusion of his speech at the memorial of Mount Faron on "France, fifth economic power world and that means in its reforms, remain at that level. "

All indicators are nevertheless a potential worsening of the situation. GDP stagnated in the second quarter, as it had done in premier.3 Industrial production fell 0.5% between March and June. Business investment fell 0.8%. The trade deficit is still in the red and unemployment continues to rise and reaches 10.1% of the workforce. In early summer, Manuel Valls 4puis Hollande had also anticipated this deterioration, the head of state even evoking, August 4, "a real risk of deflation." The never-seen with the president, who had not abandoned his optimism for his now famous "recovery, it is" of 14 July 2013 …….

But … this brutal return to reality will apparently not impact the program returned from the executive. This is the conclusion of the workshop that were formed Holland and Valls midday Friday at Fort Brégançon5. For a little less than three hours, lunch melon-rib-including fruits, they sought how to maintain their course "with insight and fighting," said a presidential adviser. Sylvie Hubac, Chief of Staff at the Elysee, Gilles Gateau, Deputy Chief of Staff at Matignon and social advisor, and Gaspard Gantzer, head of communication of the Head of State, joined them for coffee. Upon his return

Hyeres, Manuel Valls said he was not surprised by the growth figures. "I myself had said on August 1 that we were going to have a difficult re-entry, he has said. I want to tell the truth to the French, I'm not here to hide the reality. "The Prime Minister said that" far too low growth "called further reform" as well as initiatives for investment in European ". New lunch

The government has yet to plead his case once at the summit to install the new européenne6 Commission, on August 30. The Minister of Economy, Michel Sapin7, set the tone in an article published by The Mondedaté August 15 where he tries to show "why we must refocus European economic policies." "France will not reach its goal this year in terms of its fiscal deficit despite total control of our spending," he laments. He believes that GDP growth "should be of the order of 0.5%" in 2014, instead of 1% under the amended Finance Act and adds: "There is no reason at present to predict 2015 is much higher than 1% growth. "

only source of consolation, the executive seems to preclude any further increase the tax burden," as was the case in the years 2010 to 2013, with the now known in terms of household purchasing and reduced investment capacity of enterprises' power effects, writes Michel Sapin. The Minister of Economy fails to mention that the levies have increased at a rapid pace since 2012 and have not dropped since. He does not say, either, what 'alternative measures' will restore two devices censored by the Council constitutionnel8: relief of employee contributions and lower taxes on jobs at home. A counselor

Holland confirms that the topic was discussed over lunch at Brégançon. They also talked about the "tax act" waited for the start but, according to the president's entourage, "has not yet been finally adjudicated." They returned on sites already programmed, including the revival of learning and the construction of housing. And, of course, discussed the situation in Iraq and Ukraine.

The tax and benefit package should be ready no later than the submission of the draft budget 2015 Cabinet in late September but the executive n did not intend to stay silent until then. Cabinet re-entry will be next Wednesday and the day before, Francois Hollande, and Manuel Valls have lunch together once again to study the timing of announcements and develop a communication strategy to show that, in adversity, they are more united than ever.


Aug 15 2014

A Korean bakery chain moves to Paris

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This is the story of the biter bit. While boulangeries1-French-inspired pastries multiplied abroad, particularly in Asia, now arrived in Paris a sign from Korea. Owned by the Korean group SPC, the chain Paris Baguette is an Asian heavyweight with more than 3,000 outlets mainly in its home country but also in the United States, China and Vietnam. And twenty-six years after its creation, Paris Baguette has planted its flag in late July in France, in the heart of the capital.

Just blocks from the Place du Chatelet, the address of 200 sqm with about 50 seats could serve as a bridgehead from the determination of company to expand in Europe. For

blend discreetly into his Parisian clothes, the channel has blurred the Eiffel Tower and its logo removed from the card specialties popular in Korea, sweetpotato or red bean paste. At the risk of losing a little soul. Because if the customer is split between European visitors arrived there by chance and Asian tourists spotting a known brand, some are disappointed to find croissants, sandwiches and other very classic salads without any exotic touch. Message received, it seems, by management since the house has begun offering an innovation to the French concocted since Korea. Called "saucer Châtelet," this dessert is almond tuile swollen custard. A culinary UFO halfway between giant flying saucer and madeleine to distinguish the face of stiff competition in Paris.


Aug 13 2014

Intel removes fans computers

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 Intel wants

calm reign in IT. The chip giant announced Monday a new generation of microprocessors particularly economical energy, which dissipate less heat. PC manufacturers can then design and tactile finest portable tablet computers. The latter, freed from fans, will also be quieter. It is no less than "reinventing the laptop," said Intel in a presentation document. This development

is critical for Intel. The world leader in microprocessors built his fortune from embedded chips in PCs. The advent of smartphones and tablets, has weakened its positions. These small devices, always on and connected to the Internet, require highly efficient energy chips, Intel has long been unable to provide. As a result, computer manufacturers have turned to rival chips produced by Qualcomm, Nvidia and Samsung, while Apple went to design its own components for its iPhone and iPad. More worrying

Intel, microprocessors originally developed for smartphones and tablets, now considered strong enough, begin to be installed in the PC, the preserve of Intel. The latest laptop from Acer this week introduced the Chromebook 13 loads a Nvidia chip. Autonomy would reach 13 hours, more than models with Intel technology.

With the new microprocessor, called "Core M", Intel intends to maintain its position in the computer and win in new tablets. "Core M" will find its place in some ultraportables in hybrids, these tablets that transform into PC with the addition of a keyboard, as well as in high-end tablets.

"You will see in particular tablets with the highest level of performance, which will be thinner and lighter," promises Christian Morales, Vice President of Intel for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Intel is virtually absent from the high-end tablets, over 300 euros. Available for Christmas

Most Intel chips are now in the entry-level models, where the margins of the American group are smaller. Only a few remained faithful partners like Microsoft. Its Surface 3 thicker than the iPad Air Apple and the Galaxy Tab from Samsung features a fan. As for laptops, the "Core M" chip could also end up in a future version of Apple's MacBook, which does not contain a fan, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. The "Core M" is the first chip from a new generation of components Intel, called Broadwell. Intel launched volume production of its chip, which means that the first PCs and tablets equipped with "Core M" will be commercially available for the crucial holiday season of Christmas. The entire range will be presented at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum, to be held in San Francisco from September 9 to 11. Other microprocessors for conventional laptops, desktops or servers to professionals, should be offered in number to Intel customers until the beginning of next year. Intel

indeed took several months of delay in the development of the generation of chips Broadwell, who was asked to review its manufacturing processes.  These chips

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Aug 01 2014

A booklet, SNCF rates … all that changes (or not) to 1 August

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 This holiday start

some coincides with a rate freeze and the SNCF1 EDF2 but bad news, the rate of A booklet will decrease. The booklet

● A password from 1.25% to 1%

The previously preferred placement of French goes from 1.25% to 1% on Friday 1 August3 . This rate was reduced from 1.75% to 1.25% on August 1, 2013, and tumbled to the lowest level in its history. But the decline would have been even greater if the government had followed the recommendations of the Bank of France, which proposed to reduce it to 0.75%.

So, from today, a booklet A ceiling (22,950 euros) will earn 229.50 euros per year, against 286.90 euros when the rate was 1.25%. And the holder of a booklet on Sustainable Development (LDD) ceiling (€ 12,000) will win 120 euros against 150 euros a year earlier.  But

"paradoxically, in the context of current very low interest rates, the passbook remains attractive for its precautionary savings, because his salary is hard to beat" , says Cyril Blesson associated with Pair Council. In addition, the booklet A is not taxed, which is not the case for most other investments. ● Bank transfers

changing standards

This August 1 marks the entry into force of the new European payment standards Sepa (for Single Euro Payments Area). This unique new standard is created to shorten and simplify bank transfers debits. It mainly aims to harmonize the payment within the EU using unified bank account numbers (IBAN and BIC). Planned initially

1 February, the implementation of this new system has been shifted, the European Commission has decided to grant a period of tolerance the delay in some countries européens high risk personal loans.Sans this period, many companies are exposed to operational risks majeurs4 as daily operations, such as the payment of wages or payment of suppliers, might be blocked if they were not passed to SEPA format. ●

No price increases SNCF

The Department of Transportation announced that there would be no increase in rates of SNCF 5AU August 2014 peak times due to school holidays. "On 1 January 2014, only the VAT increase was reflected in the price of tickets," said Frédéric Cuvillier. Earlier this week, the president of the SNCF, Guillaume Pepy6 had reaffirmed the company's efforts to make tariff TGV, with "a million tickets at low prices and more" this year and in the longer term, "a post on three" of the same type by 2017

. ● Gel EDF prices

As expected, the usual increase, originally scheduled this year to 5% of regulated electricity tariffs will not take place. A government decree, published on Thursday in the Official Journal, confirms this decision. Last June, the Minister for Ecology and Energy, Segolene Royal, announced its intention to suspend the traditional 5% increase in electricity tariffs. But after the fall of EDF share price, Matignon was then returned to the words of the minister indicating that less than 5% increase would occur this fall. EDF rates, applied to 92% of French households are set annually by the gouvernement.7

● Lower gas prices

Recent changes concerning the method of calculating the cost of gas supply will materialize on August 1 on the regulated gas tariff. It will drop by an average of 1.28%, reflecting the decline in gas supply costs.


Jul 31 2014

Bundesbank calls for a 3% increase in German wages

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From our correspondent in Berlin,

Wages may increase Germany.1. It is the recommendation of the head of the Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann. In an interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung published 2 Wednesday, he suggests a 3% increase in wages, not for the sake of social redistribution, but by simple economic fact. "The labor market in Germany is in a better position there a few years ago," says the representative of the monetary and fiscal orthodoxy. "In a number of sectors and regions, we are almost at full employment and the needs of labor is increasing. It is in the nature of things, and this is to be welcomed, as real wages rose more strongly than when the German economy was in a worse situation ".  

The level of 3% increase is not set at random: it comes to adding a level of CPI inflation 2% and increased productivity by 1%. At each branch to negotiate based on its characteristics, he also added. "We do not immisçons us in wage negotiations," warns Jens Weidmann.

While Germany has introduced a minimum wage and a generalized growth of 1.9% is expected this year, the head of the However Bundesbank would contain wage demands. "Wage agreements that go well beyond an increase indexed to productivity would hurt growth and employment in Germany and would be a disservice to the euro area," he says. Having advocated the serious economic or austerity in Europe, Germany set a bad example.

German unions have already announced that they would negotiate wages to rise. In public services, this is an increase of 3.5% which is required for example. The IG Metall has in turn already obtained an increase of 2.3% on 1 July for employees Metallurgy and 1.7% in May 2015, 4%. Employers

worries about his side effects of these increases on the competitiveness of the German economy. The minimum wage, which has just been voted cause loss of jobs, do we also accused or price increases. Hairdressers, for example, have already revised their prices to rise.

Seen the rest of Europe, the increase in purchasing power and consumption in Germany is good news. France.3 put on this particular recovery in its main economic partner to improve the economic situation of its businesses. Prime Minister Manuel Valls 4devrait address the issue Thursday with Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, he receives Matignon. The head of government also intends to plead the cause of France to Germany for more flexibility and flexibility in reducing the French deficit.


Jul 25 2014

Crashes and security series: summer murderer airline

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 A horrible

black series with three plane crashes – the downing of Malaysian Airlines Boeing 1au over Ukraine, the crash of an ATR 72-500 TransAsia Airways2 Taiwan and now the disappearance of a 83 Swiftair3 MD, operated on behalf of Air Algeria, Mali over – in a week. A macabre combination which, fortunately, is very rare.

But these repeated accidents will make 2014 a year of the most deadly airline. It will also add to these three crashes, the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Boeing with its 239 passengers, on March 8, a few hours after taking off from Kuala Lumpur and its sudden change of direction while the plane was rallying Beijing . Disappearance remains unexplained to this day. And several crashes occurred in Nepal, Kenya, Niger, Zambia and Sudan in recent months.  

In total, more than 730 people have already died by flying this year. Much higher than at the last peak in 2012 and 414 deaths related to a plane crash, more than four times higher than those recorded (210 deaths) in 2013 by the International Air Transport Association (IATA4). And finally, more than the average of 517 deaths per year recorded in the world in the last five years. The road

killed 3,268 people in France alone in 2013

This sad record 2014 must not however forget – and this may seem paradoxical then that emotion is huge – the aircraft remains the means of transport most of the world. But unlike the automobile kills more – 3268 died in 2013 in France alone – each plane crash is spectacular, has an international dimension and place in a universe – the sky – which is not natural to human no fax payday loans.

However, the plane never had so few killed. The global accident rate for jet Western manufacturing in 2013 was 0.41, or one accident for every 2.4 million flights. "This is the lowest in the history of aviation," according to IATA in its latest report on aviation safety. "From 2009 to 2013, this rate has improved by 14.6% over the five-year average, which stands at 0.48", the report says. Europe

is the safest region

The accident and death rates remain very low by more than 3 billion passenger who took the aircraft on 36.4 million flights in 2013. These statistics should also be read in the context of a market for air transport growth (4.8% on average) and a global fleet that doubled in size every two years on average. It now has 20,910 units in service worldwide and is expected to double, according to the latest market study Boeing5 within twenty years.

By region, the IATA report refers to Europe as the safest in terms of air transport with a lower accident rate than average 0.15 World in 2013; ahead of North America (0.32). In contrast, among the most dangerous regions despite significant progress, IATA means Africa6 with an accident of 2.03 against 4.55 in 2012 and the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) which saw its rate accident rate worsen to 2.09 against 0.00 in 2012. "IEC shows the worst performance," says IATA.


Jul 12 2014

Bayonne ham gets his passport to the United States

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The famous Bayonne ham 1seront for sale in the United States in 2015. U.S. health authorities have given the green light to the slaughter Fipso and business Delpeyrat 2a said Bernard Dupont , president of the Interprofessional Bayonne ham. U.S.

So eat ham of Bayonne French. France submitted a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI), the product will be the same for U.S. customers. Ham will only be produced from pigs reared in the South West. For now, only started production since drying ham lasts one year.

"Becoming the Ambassador brand of French know-how"

Delpeyrat, which has obtained authorization for export to the United States

Bayonne ham, which represents 20% of the French market dried ham, and is "400 million potential consumers," says Bernard Dupont. If the impact is yet difficult to quantify, the consortium covers all distribution channels faxless payday advance. "The U.S. market represents a real opportunity. We expected there, the people are very attracted by the French gastronomy. We aim supermarkets, delicatessens, restaurants, hotels, all distributors, "he said.

With this approval, which follows that obtained for China in June dernier3, Delpeyrat wants to "become the brand ambassador for French savoir-faire" abroad. On July 23th, a delegation of foreign importers will be present during the Holidays Bayonne. And among the 9 members in North America will be well represented as two Americans and three Canadians will be included.

With the aim to reap 100 million euros in sales internationally in 2020. It is now 45 million, or 10% of total turnover Delpeyrat. Other brands, like Oteiza – producer and creator of the Basque Country – also seek to position themselves.


Jul 06 2014

Companies forced to reduce their quota of trainees

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While many young people "still struggling" already to find internships, often required to validate their years of study, the new law on the supervision of stages1, finally adopted on 26 June will complicate their task a little more. Starting again laudable intentions – they protect young people against abuse and other "courses copiers" – this text is likely to miss its target. For

by increasing constraints, it may discourage foremost business leaders to open their doors to students. However, demand is high: the number of stages2 in France has almost tripled in less than ten years to 1.6 million per year, in part due to their generalization in the curricula of secondary and higher education. But also because the course has often become a point of passage for a first job.

Result, since July 1, employers are forced to comply with new Obligations3. First, they must not exceed a maximum ceiling of trainees based on number of employees of the company. This number, which will be fixed by decree, could be three trainees in enterprises with more than 30 employees, and 10% of trainees in larger companies. Cherpion Act

2011

"Violation of this provision shall be punished by a fine not exceeding € 2,000 per trainee concerned and 4,000 euros if recurrence, "said the law firm DaemPartners, recalling that the limitation period of the administrative action is two years. The maximum duration of internships remains at 6 months, but in two years, there will be no derogations possible for example to make a gap year in his studies to go abroad.

Then entrepreneurs will have to increase by September 2015, the remuneration for internships over two months, which will increase from 436 523 euros monthly. Finally, they must extend to all students access to the restaurant business, earnings restaurants securities or reimbursement of transport costs where they exist for their employees.

"This rigid and dangerous law will scarce supply Internship"

Patrick Hetzel, UMP ….. ….. In addition, the law reinforces the means to identify and punish any abuse, introduces leave of absence, leave, time aligns the presence of trainees on the employees, exempts from tax income gratification. "The names of the students in the institution should now be listed in order of finish in a specific part of the single registry staff to facilitate the monitoring of labor inspectors" still regrets the cabinet DaemPartners .

The left supported the text "going in the right direction" and reflecting a campaign promise François Hollande4 despite flats Left Front, while the UMP and the UDI voted against. The objective is not to "leave to think that companies are fraudeuses, but some like to play with the rules," observed Denys Robiliard (PS). Whereas

"existing law already protects students' thanks to Cherpion Act of 2011, Patrick Hetzel UMP denounced a bill" rigid "and" dangerous scarce will offer internships. " As the UMP, UDI also criticized the maximum duration of six months for internships, "which will challenge the gap year" in studies from abroad.


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