Hauts-de-Seine and Haitian cocoa: ten years of support for the Salon du chocolat

As every year, the departmental council of Hauts-de-Seine will hold a stand (location C17) at the Salon du Chocolat, which begins Wednesday at the exhibition grounds of the Porte de Versailles. Why? Because for the past ten years, the department has been involved with Haiti's cocoa sector as part of its international cooperation missions. Since … Read more

SNCF: "No customer would understand that we pay the days of strike," says Pepy

Railway workers at the TGV maintenance center in Châtillon, whose movement disrupts the Montparnasse station traffic, are warned: "No customer, no French would understand that we pay the days of strike," said Wednesday the president of the SNCF, Guillaume Pepy. "We are in contact with strikers, we talk about recognition of work, weekend work, night … Read more

French growth resists the gloom

The French economy is still resisting the global slowdown. In the third quarter, according to the latest INSEE estimates released on Wednesday, French gross domestic product was up 0.3% in volume, a pace identical to that of the first two quarters of the year. This figure is in line with the forecast published on October … Read more

By 2024, the Ile-de-France region promises € 10 billion for ecology

Make the least euro spent "ecologico-compatible". This is the challenge of the Île-de-France region, chaired by Valérie Pécresse (LR), which presents this Wednesday morning its "Mobilization Plan for ecological transformation". On the table, depending on the region: € 10 billion, invested by 2024 in each area of ​​the community's competence – from air quality, health, … Read more

Growth Resists, Business Failures Decline

Faced with the slowdown in activity in the euro zone, French growth is showing resistance by confirming its pace in the third quarter. According to an initial estimate published Wednesday by the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE), the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 0.3% between July and September, as in the … Read more