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Macron on a vendetta against UK: Exiles
... comments attributed to the French President were privately made to a group of advisers during a visit to Croatia just days earlier, according to French satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine. He claimed that he had attacked Mr Johnson for trying to make France a scapegoat for Brexit, which he claimed had been catastrophic for the UK. Nile Gardiner , a foreign policy analyst and former aide to Margaret Thatcher , accused Mr Macron of staging a vendetta against the UK and said his outbursts were pathetic ...
Updated: 12/06/2021
Dollar gains on Omicron news, euro up 0.4% against yen
... symptoms. Omicron news from South Africa helped reverse some of the moves from Friday when Wall Street sold off heavily. The selloff had taken 10 year Treasury yields below 1.4% for the first time since September and boosted the safe-haven yen and Swiss franc . The dollar had fallen as much as 0.4% against the Japanese currency. Friday's losses followed a below-forecast jobs report, but the data did not shake market expectations that the Federal Reserve will accelerate the pace of unwinding stimulus ...
Updated: 12/06/2021
Saint-Gobain buys U.S.-based specialty chemicals company GCP Applied Technologies
PARIS, Dec 6 Reuters - French construction materials company Saint-Gobain said on Monday it would buy GCP Applied Technologies in a deal that values the U.S.based specialty construction chemicals company at around $2.3 billion. PARIS, Dec 6 Reuters - French construction materials company Saint-Gobain said on Monday it would buy GCP Applied Technologies in a deal that values the U.S.-based specialty construction chemicals company at around $2.3 billion. Saint-Gobain said in a statement that the...
Updated: 12/06/2021
Progress so far in improving home insulation in France
When Emmanuel Macron launched his bid for France's presidency more than four years ago, one of his pledges was to address fuel poverty and improve home insulation. When Emmanuel Macron launched his bid for France 's presidency more than four years ago, one of his pledges was to address fuel ...
Updated: 12/06/2021
Three RML, Safdarjung hospitals to boycott services from today
The residents of the Centre-run RML, Safdarjung and Lady Hardinge hospitals will boycott all routine and emergency services from Monday in support of a nationwide protest called by the Federation of Resident Doctors' Association The residents of the Centre-run RML, Safdarjung and Lady Hardinge hospitals will boycott all routine and emergency services from Monday in support of a nationwide protest called by the Federation of Resident Doctors' Association FORDA against the delay in NEET-PG 2021 counselling...
Updated: 12/06/2021
Microfinance institutions see erratic trajectory in 30 days
Is MFIS a good thing among microfinance institutions, The portfolio-at- risk PAR in the 30 days past the due date bucket worsened to 15.4 per cent in June 2021, from 9.7 per centIn March 2021, according to the latest Micro-lend report by CRIF Is MFIs a good thing among microfinance institutions? The portfolio-at- risk PAR in the 30 days past the due date bucket worsened to 15.4 per cent in June 2021, from 9.7 per cent in March 2021, according to the latest Micro-lend report by CRIF High Mark. PAR...
Updated: 12/06/2021
Boris Johnson is a clown, not a scapegoat for Brexit
From the early stages of negotiations to the withdrawal agreement to the present day, the French President has been a staunch critic of the UK from the EU, as well as access for France's fishermen to British territorial waters. From the early stages of negotiations to the withdrawal agreement to the present day, the French President has been a staunch critic of the departure of the UK from the EU, as well as access for France ...
Updated: 12/05/2021
Pope Francis returns to Lesbos, calls migrant neglect of civilisation
... the Belarus-Poland border, caught between the two countries' border guards. The European Union accuses Minsk of having weaponised migrants against the West. A single incident last month drowned 27 people trying to cross to England . Britain and France have exchanged barbs over the increase in the number of migrants attempting to cross the deadly Channel crossing. The temporary Mavrovouni tent camp was erected hurriedly after the sprawling camp of Moria, Europe 's largest tent camp at the time,...
Updated: 12/05/2021
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