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The secretary general of the Élysée suspected of having “participated” in decisions on the shipowner MSC, linked to his family

Indicted last September for “illegal taking of interests”, Alexis Kohler was heard by the courts, as indicated by the first elements of his interrogation revealed by AFP. The secretary general of the Élysée Alexis Kohler, indicted for “illegal taking of interest” in September, is suspected of having “participated“As a senior official, between 2009 and 2016, …

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Ticket prices, train frequency … The CEO of SNCF, Jean-Pierre Farandou, explains

Jean-Pierre Farandou. Francois Bouchon/Le Figaro EXCLUSIVE MAINTENANCE – For Le Figarohe evokes the financial and strategic challenges of a company under social pressure. The CEO of SNCF believes that the tariff shield on ticket prices is bearable for the company and readable for passengers. Le Figaro. – Has the SNCF regained its level of traffic …

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US officially bans Chinese telecom equipment

The measure concerns half a dozen Chinese companies, including Huawei. The US telecom regulator (FCC) announced on Friday the banning of telecom equipment and services provided by nearly half a dozen Chinese companies, including equipment manufacturers Huawei and ZTE. The decree targets companies considered to pose a threat to the national security of the United …

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The AMF demands fines totaling 93 million euros against H2O and its two founders

These fines aim to condemn three players for a violation of the rules intended to protect the interests of investors. The college of the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) on Friday demanded fines totaling a record 93 million euros against the asset management company H2O and its two founders for violation of the rules. designed …

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Why France should not finally run out of gas this winter

France has never imported so much liquefied natural gas via LNG carriers. aerial-drone / stock.adobe.com TO ANALYSE – “We are by no means at the end of our troubles,” warned the International Energy Agency. Despite the virtual disappearance of Russian gas in Europe, France seems to enter without fear at the onset of winter. Thursday …

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the new boss’s plan to revive the Musketeers after a historic crisis

By Marie Bartnik Published yesterday at 7:12 p.m., Update yesterday at 9:00 p.m. Thierry Cotillard, president of Intermarché between 2015 and 2020, was Thursday evening the only declared candidate for the presidency of the Civil Society of the Musketeers. Bruno LEVY/Divergence DECRYPTION – The war of leaders and declines in market share have weakened the …

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Paris and Madrid up against the European Commission

Brussels on Tuesday proposed a temporary mechanism to cap wholesale prices on the benchmark gas market. An “insufficient” proposal, according to Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. The Spanish government on Wednesday accused the European Commission of “pay the head of the world” with a proposal to cap the price of gas deemed inapplicable, while Paris …

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oil inventories decrease more than expected (-3.7 million barrels)

Commercial crude oil reserves contracted more than expected last week in the United States, according to figures released Wednesday by the US Energy Information Agency (EIA). During the week ended November 18, these commercial stocks fell by 3.7 million barrels, more than the drop of 2.6 million expected by analysts, according to a consensus established …

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how Luc Rémont prepared for the job of the most exposed CEO in France

Luc Rémont, during his hearing before the Economic Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, on October 26. Lafargue Raphael/ABACA INVESTIGATION – Appointed on Wednesday, the polytechnician has been increasing field visits and meetings with leaders for weeks, with the blessing of the outgoing CEO. To prepare in silence, even in secret, for the most exposed …

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