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The decline of cash payment disrupts the French economy

A customer pays for her shopping at the market with a contactless bank payment terminal. Stéphane LEITENBERGER/PhotoAgriculture – stock.adobe.com DECRYPTION – The rise of contactless transactions, including between individuals, is forcing small traders, banks and fund carriers to review their organization. Coins and banknotes, species seem to be disappearing. At work quietly for ten years, …

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obstacles in sight for the hydrogen plane

Airbus’ ZEROe program aims to bring a green hydrogen aircraft into service in 2035. Airbus DECRYPTION – The world number one in commercial aviation could postpone the launch of this program, due to a lack of sufficient volumes available. The clean plane, aeronautics in dreams. Because succeeding in decarbonizing commercial aviation is becoming an existential …

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Agreement reached between Dassault Aviation and Airbus on the combat aircraft of the future

Eric Trappier, CEO of Dassault Aviation, at the group’s headquarters in Saint-Cloud. François Bouchon / Le Figaro MAINTENANCE – The Air Combat System of the Future (Scaf) takes a key step. After two false alerts in two weeks, Éric Trappier, CEO of Dassault Aviation, confirms, in an exclusive interview with Figaroand after having informed Emmanuel …

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Parcels delivered by private jet, 200 euros for food… The exorbitant expenses of FTX employees

New revelations document the financial debacle of the now bankrupt cryptocurrency platform. Pandora’s box is wide open. As cryptocurrency giant FTX sinks deeper into bankruptcy and its myriad proceedings, revelations about the company’s outrageous practices are rife. Latest, the delivery of Amazon parcels by an airline company from Miami to the headquarters, located 300 kilometers …

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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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