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Dependency: the Government asked to do more despite the increase in budgets

Posted on September 27, 2022 at 17:41 Pressured to act in the face of the aging population, the government promises to invest in favor of the elderly, within the framework of the Social Security Financing Bill (PLFSS) for 2023 presented this Monday. But the promised measures leave the actors of the accompaniment of the elderly …

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Valérie Pécresse hits the table with her fist and asks for an action plan

Valérie Pécresse is sounding the alarm about the situation of buses in the Parisian sector and the inner suburbs where 26% of the service is not provided. Problem of shortage of drivers, increase in absenteeism, degraded social climate… The reasons are numerous, but the president of Ile-de-France Mobility (IDFM) calls for a rapid action plan …

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Retirement: soon a new online tool to calculate your rights and collect your full pension

After numerous reported errors and the loss of income of retirees, a new service will allow you to complete your retirement file to receive your pension in full. After the condemnatory report of the Court of Accounts that blamed the Cnav, the National Fund for Old Age Insurance, for errors to the detriment of retirees, …

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ECB Chief Economist Suggests Taxing the Rich and Super Profits

To support the most modest against inflation, Philip Lane suggests “a tax increase on high incomes or very profitable industries and companies despite the energy shock.” The chief economist of the European Central Bank, Philip Lane, suggests taxing high income or super-profits of companies to finance aid to the poorest in the face of inflation, …

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On the eve of examining a continuation plan, Camaïeu goes blank when applying for state aid

A Camaïeu store, in Lille, in May 2020. DENIS CHARLET / AFP Michel Ohayon knocked on Bercy’s door… to no avail. Camaïeu’s shareholder “requested an advance from the state” to complete its recovery plan for the northern giant of women’s prêt-à-porter, in suspension of payments, said on Monday, September 26, the direction of the firm …

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Stellantis will pay an additional 1,400 euros to its employees

Strikes had multiplied in French factories to demand measures to improve purchasing power. Stellantis will pay an extra 1,400 euros on average in October to most of its French employees to deal with inflation, but will not increase wages, the car group told AFP on Tuesday after a final meeting with unions. The group, which …

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European Central Bank official proposes taxing the rich and super-profits

The chief economist of the European Central Bank wants to prevent the public deficit from increasing. Financing aid to the most disadvantaged in the face of inflationPhilip Lane suggests instead taxing high income or corporate superprofits. For both macroeconomic and equity reasons, as the energy shock hits people through record inflation, “governments should support the …

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In Japan, Shinzo Abe’s state funeral was marked by controversy and dissent

Japan has held a state funeral for Shinzo Abe. But the former Japanese prime minister remains a polarizing figure even after his death. Will Shinzo Abe be more controversial in his posterity than in his lifetime? He had a state funeral on Tuesday, September 27, an honor bestowed on a man of his rank for …

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