Jul 23 2014

Care are more expensive hospital and clinical

Tag: economic, events, finance, resources, traveladmin @ 1:32 pm

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The hospital should take lessons in productivity from private clinics. In its annual survey of hospital costs, technical Information Agency on hospital (Atih) noted once more the efficiency between the two feuding brothers health gap. It shows that in 2012 the average cost of caring for a patient amounted to 2,115 euros in public against 1204 euros in a clinic. These figures are however to be taken lightly, tempers the public agency, "the segments of the two sectors are different." Rest

even more precisely by comparing the costs generated by the same care and the same gravity, clinics are the most efficient. This is particularly the case in surgery, the operation is simple or complex. Stay for a prosthesis simple hip and costs 16% less in the private sector. Similarly, the bill for a fairly severe intervention in the small intestine and the colon is 30% lighter in clinic. Longer stays

public hospital

In terms of cancer, Atih details including treatment of "malignant diseases of the hepatobiliary system and pancreas" . The average cost of this care is 36% higher than in the hospital clinic, 3930 euros. The hospital, for a similar situation, in fact keeps the patient more fully within its walls: one more day for milder cases and up to seven days for the most difficult cases pay day loans. In addition, differences in efficiency are lower in the field of obstetrics. The birth of a first child with "vaginal" (without cesarean) and costs 2318 euros in clinic, 11% "only" unless the public.

How can these gaps in productivity between enemy brothers of private and public? France2 Hospital Federation (FHF), which represents public schools, argues that hospitals treat patients on average more severely affected than those received in the clinic. They are moreover increasingly precarious situation and must therefore stay longer in hospital. "It does not explain everything," but slides an industry expert. A hospital director recognizes that personnel expenses and circuit billing drain on budgets.

In the private sector, it does not have to look very far the reasons for the large productivity gap. "Medicare pays for clinical acts that are providing on average 20% to 22% cheaper than in hospitals, said Thierry Béchu, general secretary of the FHP-MCO (surgery and private maternity). This economic constraint invites us to be more efficient. Otherwise we are doomed to put the key under the door! "


Jul 12 2014

Bayonne ham gets his passport to the United States

Tag: economics, news, publications, top news, traveladmin @ 3:44 pm

 

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 10 2014

A booklet rest he interesting?

Tag: economic, events, money, people, traveladmin @ 6:08 pm

 

The ax fell. From 1 August, the rate of the booklet A pass from 1.25% to only 1%. Historically low yield, which could have been even lower if the government had followed the recommendations of the Bank of France, which proposed to reduce it to 0.75%. For the record, this very old investment was paid 1.75% there just one year.

Now, 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) 1 ceiling (€ 12,000) will win 120 euros against 150 euros a year earlier.

What to do in these conditions of his booklet A2? "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," said Cyril Blesson, Partner Pair Council. Because the passbook is not taxed, which is not the case for most other investments. Starting with passbooks, direct competitors of the booklet A, whose interests are taxed at the scale of income tax, which must be added the social security contributions. Excluding promotional periods reserved for new customers, fewer of these books relate unless the booklet A.

But other investments become today very competitive. Euro funds Insurance life.3 contracts are a good alternative, even if their remuneration is crumbling. Last year, they reported 2.8% (before social contributions). This is significantly more than 1% of the booklet A. Certainly, we must take into account any input and taxation costs. But by investing in contracts over eight years, the tax will be minimized. And ultimately, the investor is the most time winner.  

Those who have a little time on their hands (four years) may also invest cash on housing savings plans (PEL) 4 paid 2.5% (before payroll 15.5%). Especially since the interest is subject to income tax 12 years after the opening of the plan.


Jul 07 2014

"Good funds" Michel Sapin

Tag: events, money, opinions, publications, traveladmin @ 1:37 pm

 

Once again, Michel Sapin1 won the award for humor. "Our friend is finance, good finance2" Sunday launched our Minister of Finance Economic Forum Aix-en-Provence 20143, which this year had the theme "Investing invent tomorrow." Intoxicated by the brightness of Provence, our bagman asked himself the question: "Will it finance a happy, happy in the service of investment, to make people happy?" "Good finance" is one that contributes to real investments. But the needs are enormous. This is even with unemployment, the only true sequel to the global crisis of 2008-2009, as recalled Christine Lagarde4. "At the end of 2013, the GDP of the G205 was 8% lower than their underlying trend (if there was no crisis) and investment down 20% over what should be, "said the director of FMI6.

The diagnosis applies equally to private investment firms for public infrastructure projects. The World Economic Forum Davos7 has calculated that the global economy devoted to these 3700 billion a year in the 1980s. Today is just 2,700 billion, is a lack of 1,000 billion. Citing these figures, Christine Lagarde revealed that the IMF would present a study on this topic in early October on the 40 major economies.

"In the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany, budgets are now 10% lower than they should be," said said the boss of the IMF, while noting that, for France, it was not the case. The French deficit investment is doing well, in her view, on private investment. Collapse

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Michel Sapin, for its part ready to subscribe to this diagnosis, if not it also recognizes that danger looming on the side of local authorities. The new municipalities are now "very careful, a too cautious," said he acknowledged at his press conference. Already smarting from the collapse of the housing investment, which "cost 0.4 percentage point of GDP growth" we, according to his figures, it should not be depressed after the building now gaining public works. Featuring

himself an outstanding hearty temperament, Michel Sapin is satisfied that the conditions of the trust is there, "now that companies perceive new opportunities and the CICE arrives in their accounts. " As for the discontent of social partners, Medef8 among others, and the left wing PS9, he summarized by this formula: "The complainers, the rechigneux as they say in Berry, feed the slingers, and the slingers feed moaners. "


Jun 29 2014

Lease its property to provide rental

Tag: economic, features, publications, top news, traveladmin @ 5:37 pm

 To leave

despite the crisis, an increasing number of French place for rent that they do not use during their stay: accommodation, car, but motorhome, bike and why not boat

. Success in Hexagone1 site rental housing owner Airbnb2 is the most obvious example of this economy of sharing that attracting more and more French consumers. 70,000 French homes are for rent at this time on the site, against 7,000 two years ago. Initially very urban – especially Paris – the site has gradually gained a wider audience. "In Corsica, the number of units available for rent, for example, increased by 9 this year," says Nicolas Ferrary3, France Director of the U.S. site. People who live in tourist areas have included the interest they could find an empty room to rent their home, or their home in its entirety, to tourists. In 80% of cases, the owners rent their principal residence and two out of three, it is their entire home … they do not care if they themselves went on vacation. Amount of gain: on average 300 euros a month in Paris. According to a study by Airbnb, these gains are largely used to meet current expenses, but also to finance its own holiday (for 80 euros).

In the family of sites private rentals, Airbnb is the behemoth, but it is far from the only one. A multitude of sites allow you to earn some money with the property that is not used when one is oneself trip. This is for example the case of Carnomise4 and Tripndrive5, offering vacationers to rent their car in their absence. Installed at major airports, they pay parking the car and pay back homeowners compensation for its location. The invoice sent to the lessee of the vehicle is on its side around 60% lower than in a traditional landlord. "We left our car three weeks Carnomise during a trip to Japan free instant credit score. By renting our car fortnight, we won 136 euros … and we did not pay the 300 euros usual car, "says Chantal Blanchet, a new follower. Rent a boat

Even in JeLoueMonCampingCar6 concept, created in 2011. As its name suggests, the site connects owners of motorhomes, which is generally used only part of the year, with people who want to rent. Two years after its inception, the site has found its market: 19.000 rental days have passed through JeLoueMonCampingCar … more than 60% since the beginning of the year. To rent a campervan costs around 100 euros per day. Each owner has gained an average of 600 euros through the vehicle unused. On an equally specialized segment Boaterfly Sailsharing and aim to facilitate the location of boats between particuliers7. Bike rental by owner, proposed by Véloc8 only a few months, is potentially a wider audience, but is still struggling to break into France. The French, however

bite undoubtedly the "collaborative consumption." France is the second market Airbnb world, both in terms of number of passengers that housing available for rent. The success of the French carpool website Blablacar9 now the industry leader in Europe, is another indicator of the success of these new modes of consumption, which now appeal beyond the "bobo" early community. The average age of users has significantly high Blablacar past two years. "Car rental by owner – Drivy, Ouicar or Buzzcar are the leaders – another public key, older and less urban. The success of these sites is a sign that this way of eating is within the standards, "says Marc-Arthur Gauthey, the think-tank ouishare devoted to these practices.


Jun 28 2014

Banks undertake for small businesses

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In 2013, some 100,000 credit applications from all small enterprises (VSE) were rejected. But banks promise to do better now. The French Banking Federation (FBF) took five commitments Friday, when submitted to the ministers, and Arnaud Michel Sapin Montebourg1 the report of the national credit mediator Jeanne-Marie Prost 2out financing TPE. The latter concludes that if access to credit TPE investment is pretty good, access to cash loans is difficult.

While TPE accuse them of time still too long, banks promise to give within fifteen working days in response to any request for credit. In case of refusal, they agree to receive the entrepreneur for him to explain why. All their letters, they also indicate the existing remedies, particularly the mediation of credit still unknown. In a pedagogical concern, they will publish further guidance on the short-term financing because TPE3 use too often discovered as a tool for cash, so it is not always the most appropriate or the most economical. Banks

finally endeavor to promote greater stability of their CROs, while patterns TPE complain constantly change of interlocutors. In this important "turnover", the same mediator recommends "a term of office of at least four years." However, banks do not advance over a period, stressing that they can not interfere with the career of their agents.

These five measures, which will also apply to SMEs4, occur while the FBF has already announced last week the appointment in each banking network, 'privileged interlocutors for SMEs.

"First step"

The issue is important because it affects 2.7 million businesses ranging from local shopkeepers to professionals through the artisans. "Small employers, on the ground, when they talk about banks, often scathing, conceded Arnaud Montebourg. This is a fundamental first step to appease the relationship. "

The Minister also urged the leaders of TPE to enter more often mediation crédit5 via local branch of the Bank of France6. A free service to help get out of tight situations. "The TPE is very small but it is very important because it is an essential tool in the fight for jobs," concluded Michel Sapin7, Minister of Finance.


Jun 26 2014

After the e-cigarette, electronic seal up

Tag: economy, life, resources, technology, traveladmin @ 2:25 am

 The business of

vapotage continues its diversification. After the e-cigarette – allows opening a specialty store every three days1 in France – here's the e-seal, which arrives at the European tobacconists. This invention of a Dutch company called E-njoint already exists in three versions: the first model as safe according to law, without THC, tobacco-free and without nicotine.Totalement legal and harmless, the main advantage of this model is its original form and its operation: you pull the e-seal, and a hemp leaf lights at the end.

In contrast, the other two models which are also sold are much less harmless. And for once are real electronic seals, with effects that go with it: one of the two versions is charged with e-liquid that contains cannabis! And like a true joint, it is the user who decides he wants to dose inside. The last model allows smoking all kinds of dry grass, obviously including marijuana. If the Dutch company mentioned this last model in a statement, it currently left a blur on the Functioning of the latter variation. A

use in the health sector?

The company – which produces no less than 10,000 e-joints per day to be sold in Europe – also announced in discussions with Tikun Olam, the main Israeli company culture marijuana for medical purposes, to develop products to be used in medicine. This is not the first attempt: the website 01net notes that the company Cannabee offers electronic cigarettes and bottles of cannabidiol, a non-psychotropic cannabinoid which would be a medical benefactor.

Another finding, published in a report made in 2013 by the French Office for the Prevention of smoking and other addictions (OFTA): multiple sites or blogs offer Tips to change the composition of e-liquid to change its electronic cigarette e-joint. In fact, so it was already possible to make your own electronic seal. The report also cites several companies – including Cannabee – located in California that are active since 2012, and selling e-liquid for electronic cigarette transform its e-joint.


Jun 24 2014

Montebourg prepares the "CAC 40 future"

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France suffers from a lack of business intermédiaires1 size (ETI), these large SMEs, three times as many in Germany, which is the real engine of the German economy. Determined to turn the corner, Arnaud Montebourg2 said nothing less than "prepare the CAC 40 future," Tuesday at Bercy, on the occasion of the presentation of a study by Bpifrance3 and the General Directorate for Competitiveness, Industry and Services (DGCIS) on the economic prospects of ETI.

"We will assemble a team of France 40 SMEs, which will be selected during the summer with the intention to engage in an acceleration of their size "said the Minister of Economy, convinced that" our SMEs can become world champions. " The aim is to concentrate all efforts advice, funding support, on a core business, handpicked to make up the range very quickly.

"We incubators and accelerators startups. We do not have to SMEs. This is what we will put in place. These SMEs will be helped to export, innovate and grow. We will put in the oxygen tent to make very quickly ETI, "says Nicolas Dufourcq4, CEO Bpifrance, at the forefront of this project.

"Operation Commando"

The idea is to set up a sort of "commando operation, selecting a small number of SMEs, and encourage their hyper- combining all means, "says Pascal Faure, head of the DGCIS. The state already has in his sights SMEs likely to change scale, through the regional offices of companies, competition, consumption, work and employment5 (Direccte), following on the ground a thousand of high-growth SMEs considered "nuggets". "We will tap into this pool those that seem best prepared to sprint," he adds. On

Ubisoft6 in video games, through 7in Beneteau sailing, Boiron8 in homeopathic medicine or Babolat9 in ropes for tennis rackets, which are all included in their top 3 global market, France has beautiful ETI. But they are too few in number: they are only 4794 in France, against 12,000 in Germany, 10,500 in Britain and 8000 in Italy.

"You can do anything in France only when we invest," says Nicolas Dufourcq, citing the example of Gray Découpage10, industrial ETI specializes in fabricated metal washers for the automotive industry. A pure commodity product, and yet they have nothing relocated. But they are doing because they invest 15% of their sales! ".

The issue is critical because ETI are at the heart of the economic machine: they weigh 28% of total turnover of enterprises and account for 45% in executive recruitment, 26% of expenditure on research and development and 34% of exports. After a slump in 2013, ETI anticipate an increase in their activity in 2014, the times of investment and exports, especially in the industry, according to the latest business survey Bpifrance and DGCIS11 conducted in March 2014. Employment prospects also improved, with a quarter of ETI planning to hire in France this year.


Apr 29 2014

How do we make our races in 2025?

Tag: Uncategorized, news, online, resources, traveladmin @ 3:49 pm

 

"With the massive use of the Internet, we live the same kind of period when we found the car, train, and electricity at the same time": François Bellanger is Director of the "think tank" TransitCity 1 and sits on the Scientific Committee Europacity the Pharaonic Auchan2 project aimed at building a large market town combining leisure, culture and consumption. According to him, how to make our races should evolve dramatically in the coming years, including the following two main areas.

One is to save time, thanks to the proximity (multiple small pave signs everywhere), transit (with drive-in3 and stores in train stations or subway stations) and finally through purchases on the Internet. The other axis would, conversely, to "enhance the experience" of the purchase. François Bellanger and take the example of football stadiums overflowing, despite the abundant supply of specialized channels which broadcast the matches, "he'll just have to increasingly justify the movement," he explains cheap insurance.

In the same way that the shops which lowered the store at lunch and after 19h suffered an exodus of their customers, especially women work, to major retailers and hypermarkets, some retail players should "disappear" if they do not quickly reinvent themselves to compete on the web. One point on which bounces Distinguin Stéphane, President of FaberNovel4 and also looking for Europacity: "We must recreate the magic trade, souks and bazaars," said the latter.

"We'll have to re-imagine the physical world based web"

Distinguin Stéphane, President of FaberNovel. The interface

. stores should change gradually. First possibility: that pushing, soon our caddies in shelves … hyper-connected. "Whether with a smartphone5, Google Glass6 or bracelets connected system, we can easily imagine multiple sensors and ambient intelligence allow shopping centers to focus on the consumer experience," explains Stéphane Distinguin. Thus, from the "type" of customer profiles, the large surface area could be adapted according to the different periods of the year or even hours of the day. A process reminiscent deployed to Disney World, Orlando 7.

Second point: the opening up of the universe. While on the Internet, consumers can go from fashion to DIY a query on Google8 Francois Bellanger insists that many stores will have to strive to "give more" to their client. Stéphane Distinguin not say anything else: "We can not imagine a world without contact car company insurance maryland. But we will have re-imagine the physical world based web, especially with regard to the porosity of the universe "visited, he says. Especially since so far, the latest innovations (the drive-in ordering on the Internet) destroy all the impulse purchase – the famous chewing gum to funds – One critical manna in the distribution9.  

Finally, each company should seek different ways to add "relevant experience" strengths: sales temporary spaces, social mix, original frames … "The question to ask is: what can not dematerialize, "explains Stéphane Distinguin?. Developed to transform its store amusement park? François Bellanger response: "You know, after all, Disneyland is only one mall that dare not speak its name …".


Apr 25 2014

Manuel Valls arouses distrust on economic issues

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 After months

atop the popularity of Manuel Valls1 it would begin its decline? According to a survey * BPCE-ViaVoice for Les Echos and France Info2, 64% of French do not trust the Prime Minister to improve their purchasing power in the coming months. Mistrust which currently focused on economic issues. After taking March3 end function, its popularity and satisfaction varied according institutes, between 41 and 58%. A flattering level for the new head of government, which dominates François Hollande4.

Last week, after the Council of Ministers, Manuel Valls detailed plan of 50 billion euros 5to finance pact in responsabilité6 for businesses and reduce the deficit. He also introduced measures for the poorest, including an envelope from June to August billion. But it seems far too limited to French. Lower contributions on wages up to 1.3 times the minimum wage from January 1 is considered "symbolic" 72% of them. A shared popular categories opinion (74%) and supporters of the left (55%) car warranty.

53% of French are also confident that their purchasing power will decline over the next three months, against only 9% believe that it will increase. Expenditure items that appear more "concern" are taxes (52%), electricity (37%) and food (35%).

After his policy speech to the National Assembly on 8 avril7, six French 10 already felt that the Prime Minister would "rather not effective" reduce unemployment and 56% doubted its effectiveness to "allow more social justice," according to a BVA poll for Aujourd'hui en France / Le Parisien and i-Télé8. A few days earlier, a Tilder/LCI/OpinionWay9 survey revealed that only 43% of French trusted him to revive the French economy, against 56%.

* This survey was conducted online from 11 to 16 April 2014 on a sample of 1,011 people representative of the French population aged 18 and over .


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