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  • French luxury brands regain their luster despite the Covid-19 crisis

    French luxury brands regain their luster despite the Covid-19 crisis

    The enthusiasm of Asian customers for luxury has increased further this summer, offering the French giants of the sector, LVMH and Hermès, the opportunity to shine again in the third quarter. Over the first nine months of the year as a whole, sales are nevertheless down compared to 2019.
  • Spanish tax authorities search Shakira's accounts and accuse her of tax crime

    Spanish tax authorities search Shakira's accounts and accuse her of tax crime

    Credit cards, hairdressers' bills, taxis… Everything has been combed with a fine comb by the Spanish tax authorities, tells El País, to prove that the Colombian singer had indeed resided in Spain, and not in the Bahamas, contrary to her statements. Shakira should answer to justice.
  • Purdue lab pleads guilty to end opioid crisis

    Purdue lab pleads guilty to end opioid crisis

    An $ 8.3 billion settlement has been found between the US justice system and the maker of OxyContin. This drug is one of the most implicated in the wave of overdoses that have claimed 450,000 lives in the United States since 1999.
  • Did Trump Really Save Jobs In Auto Industry?

    Did Trump Really Save Jobs In Auto Industry?

    The preservation of jobs, the relocation of industries, the renegotiation of international treaties, all against the backdrop of a great protectionist turn with a strong populist tone, allowed the Trump candidate to win in 2016, especially in key highly industrialized states such as those of the United States. Michigan or Ohio. Four years later, will Trump II be able to serve the same recipe again without firing a shot? The point in three questions.
  • Shale oil: A giant with feet of clay?

    Shale oil: A giant with feet of clay?

    The unconventional oil industry, which has made it possible to meet the increase in demand over the past decade, is deeply weakened by the current pandemic. The lack of investment will ultimately lead to a decrease in extractions - at least temporary - which risks aggravating the crisis once the pandemic has passed. Stimulus plans should take this into account.
  • The economic record of the Trump years

    The economic record of the Trump years

    The American president will have left his mark on the American economy: massive tax cuts, trade war with China, banking and environmental deregulation ... For what results?
  • MAC: A smokescreen to hide the carbon footprint of trade treaties?

    MAC: A smokescreen to hide the carbon footprint of trade treaties?

    The border adjustment mechanism proposed by the European Commission, MAC, is intended to reduce imported CO2 emissions. An attractive initiative on paper but the implementation of which is a real headache because it conflicts with the trade negotiations conducted by the same Commission.
  • Quality of life and new consumption patterns: a (reconciliation) possible for the cities of tomorrow?

    Quality of life and new consumption patterns: a (reconciliation) possible for the cities of tomorrow?

    Consumers want everything to be available immediately without affecting their quality of life in the city. A paradox that pushes retailers and logisticians to ensure last mile deliveries quickly and sustainably in urban areas. What if the solution ultimately lies in slower delivery?
  • Six Russian military agents indicted for global cyber attacks

    Six Russian military agents indicted for global cyber attacks

    These agents "are accused of carrying out the most destructive and disturbing series of computer attacks ever attributed to a single group"
  • Donald Trump has maintained a bank account in China, according to the NYT

    Donald Trump has maintained a bank account in China, according to the NYT

    During his principal, the US president would even attempt a partnership with a company controlled by the Chinese state, the newspaper said.