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how the government intends to limit the rise in taxes for the French

Barthélémy Philippe, edited by Yanis Darras 7:16 a.m., September 26, 2022 To cope with wage increases in 2022, the government is proposing, when presenting the 2023 budget, to index income tax to inflation. The minimum scale for paying income tax is increased by around 500 euros, thus preventing many households from becoming taxable next year. …

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Renewables could finance a large part of the tariff shield

Baptiste Morin, edited by Juliette Moreau Alvarez 06:08, September 25, 2022modified to 06:09, September 25, 2022 The tariff shield relieves the French but is expensive for the government: 45 billion euros in 2023. However, part of its financing is done through renewable energies which offer several billion benefits to the State. A real gold mine. …

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“It will not spoil the radiation of the city”, assures the town hall of Paris

Yohann Tritz, edited by Laura Laplaud 10:33 a.m., September 24, 2022modified to 10:33 a.m., September 24, 2022 On Friday evening, the Eiffel Tower was plunged into darkness for the first time at 11.45 p.m. instead of 1 a.m. A measure which is part of the energy sobriety plan announced by the mayor of Paris Anne …

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Plastic packaging filled with voids? The CLCV association steps up to the plate

Barthelemy Philippe 07:57, September 24, 2022 The 2020 anti-waste law sets ambitious targets for reducing packaging, especially plastic, to protect the planet. However, according to a survey by the national association of consumers and users (CLCV,) published Thursday, some manufacturers continue to abuse plastic packaging. Plastic is far from fantastic for the planet. However, some …

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the Jonak brand plans to increase the price of its shoes “between 6 and 8%”

“100% of the shoe production stages are affected” by inflation, “whether by price increases in transport, energy, raw materials…”, reveals Lisa Nakam, general manager partner of Jonak, a women’s shoe company. guest of France movesshe reports that packaging alone drives up the price of products. “In one year, (shoe) boxes have more than doubled (…). …

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green hydrogen, a hope for producing fuel without CO2 emissions

This Thursday, Emmanuel Macron inaugurated the first offshore wind farm in Saint-Nazaire. One more step towards the generalization of renewable energies. And a few kilometers away, another breakthrough in wind power: the inauguration of the first offshore renewable hydrogen production site. A project of the Lhyfe company. It is perhaps the hope of a hydrogen …

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Drought in France is expected to cost insurers between 1.6 and 2.4 billion euros in 2022

Damage to buildings due to drought episodes observed in France in 2022 should cost insurers between 1.6 and 2.4 billion euros, potentially the most expensive year for this type of event, according to figures released. Thursday by the federation of insurers. This year could exceed 2003 This year could indeed exceed the 2.12 billion euros …

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some 300 companies in difficulty this winter, according to the government

Some 300 French companies risk finding themselves in difficulty by the end of the year due to soaring energy costs, Industry Minister Roland Lescure said on Tuesday. “We are talking today about a few dozen companies, a little over 300, which alert us by saying ‘there, I can’t anymore, we will have to do something’”, …

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What are the alternatives to postponing the legal age?

Barthélémy Philippe, edited by Romain Rouillard 06:16, September 20, 2022 If President Emmanuel Macron seems determined to push back the legal retirement age to 64 or 65 years, against 62 currently, he comes up against the unanimous hostility of the unions and the French. The other possibility, which consists in extending the duration of contributions, …

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Rising prices, ads… Streaming platforms are looking for a profitable business model

Baptiste Morin, edited by Ophélie Artaud 06:53, September 18, 2022 1 euro more for Amazon Prime and Netflix, addition of advertising on Disney+ to lower the price… Despite their attractiveness, streaming platforms are reviewing their strategy to find the most profitable economic model possible. Europe 1 explains the reasons for these changes. You may be …

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