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France: L'Autorité de la concurrence publie son communiqué de procédure relatif à la procédure de transaction - August Debouzy

Deux ans et demi après la création de la procédure de transaction, l'Autorité de la concurrence (ci-après l' « ADLC ») a publié le 27 décembre 2018 son communiqué de procédure sur les conditions
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European Union: Trade Secrets Must Be Part Of Your IP Strategy! What's New In Europe And France? - Dentons

Trade secrets are as important as protecting your patents, designs and trademarks and must be part of your daily IP strategy.
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Watching Brexit Fall Apart

The referendum to leave the European Union was won on a promise to “take back control.” On the Continent, we wonder whether the British have lost not only control but their minds.
Tags: Europe, England, News, Putin, France, Germany, European Union, David, Cameron, European Commission, Demonstrations, Great Britain, May, Macron, Michel, Vladimir V


Chris Brown Denies Rape Accusation: ‘This Bitch Lyin”

Currently being detained in France on charges including alleged rape as well as narcotic possession, R&B star Chris Brown Brown took to Instagram Tuesday to share his side of the story. “I WANNA MAKE IT PERFECTLY CLEAR…… THIS IS FALSE AND A WHOLE LOT OF CAP! NNNNNNNNEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEERRRRRR!!!!!! FOR MY DAUGHTER AND MY FAMILY THIS IS […]
Tags: News, France, Chris Brown, Rca Records, Chris Brown Brown


Christen Press scores and US women down Spain 1-0

Christen Press scored in the 53rd minute and the U.S. national team rebounded from a rare loss with a 1-0 victory over Spain in Alicante on Tuesday The United States was coming off a 3-1 loss to France on Saturday that snapped a 28-match unbeaten streak. The Americans were 25-0-3 after a 1-0 loss to […]
Tags: News, France, US, Sports, Spain, United States, Alicante, Christen Press


France: Ex-champ swimmer admits ‘shame’ at child rape trial

BORDEAUX, France (AP) — A court in southwest France has heard how a French former swimming champion who went on to manage one of France’s most successful ice hockey teams wormed his way into the trust of admiring families to sexually abuse their children. Vincent Leroyer spoke Tuesday of his “very sincere and very deep […]
Tags: News, France, Nation, Bordeaux France, Vincent Leroyer


Macron and Merkel are trying to safeguard Europe, not dominate it | Simon Tisdall

For all its undoubted flaws, a new friendship treaty sees a bigger picture that is lost on Britain’s small-minded leadersIt is tempting to indulge in some typical British lip-curling over the grand-sounding Treaty of Franco-German Cooperation and Integration signed on Tuesday by Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron in Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle in French), capital of Charlemagne’s lost but not forgotten ninth-century European empire.The pact, reaffirming the 1963 Élysée treaty that set the two countri...
Tags: Europe, Politics, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, European Union, UK News, World news, Britain, Foreign Policy, Merkel, Brexit, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Simon Tisdall, Charlemagne


France and Germany seal new deal as Brexit looms

A new treaty between two of Europe's closest friends - but why now, and what's in it?
Tags: Europe, News, France, Germany, Brexit


France and Germany provoke populist anger over 'friendship pact'

Macron and Merkel sign update to 1963 Élysée treaty to restate commitment to EUFrance and Germany have renewed their vows of postwar friendship, aiming to show that the traditional engine powering the EU project is still strong, but drawing strong criticism from nationalist and populist parties advancing across the continent.The French president, Emmanuel Macron, and German chancellor, Angela Merkel, signed the 16-page update to the 1963 Elysée treaty on Tuesday in the German border city of Aach...
Tags: Europe, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, European Union, World news, Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Aachen, Macron, Charlemagne


France and Germany provoke populist anger with 'friendship pact' renewal

Macron and Merkel sign update to 1963 Élysée treaty to restate commitment to the European UnionFrance and Germany have renewed their vows of postwar friendship, aiming to show that the traditional engine powering the EU project is still strong but drawing fierce criticism from the nationalist and populist parties advancing across the continent.President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel signed the 16-page update to the 1963 Elysée treaty on Tuesday in the German border city of Aachen,...
Tags: Europe, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, World news, Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Aachen, Macron, UnionFrance


France: Digitalization And The Challenge Of KYC For Financial Institutions - Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP

Procedures of due diligence are an essential part of compliance programs.
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France: €189 Million: The Tenth Highest Fine For Cartel Activities Imposed By The FCA On Household Appliance Manufacturers For Having Engaged In Anticompetitive Agreements On Price Increases - Reed Smith (Worldwide)

In a decision dated 5 December 2018, the French Competition Authority severely fined six household appliance manufacturers – all among the largest in the sector – for having agreed on price increases
Tags: News, France, Reed Smith Worldwide, French Competition Authority, FCA On Household Appliance Manufacturers


Emiliano Sala: Born in Argentina, reputation forged in France

Emiliano Sala was born in Santa Fe, Argentina - but it is in France that the 28-year old has forged his reputation.
Tags: News, France, Argentina, Emiliano Sala, Santa Fe Argentina


France and Germany renew postwar vows of friendship

Macron and Merkel sign update to 1963 Élysée treaty in effort to mitigate populist party gainsFrance and Germany are to renew their vows of postwar friendship, aiming to show that the motor that has traditionally powered the EU project remains strong as nationalist and populist parties advance across the continent.President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel will sign the update to the 1963 Elysée treaty on Tuesday in the German border city of Aachen, residence of Charlemagne, the “fat...
Tags: Europe, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, World news, Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Aachen, Macron


France summons Italian envoy over 'hostile' Africa remarks

Italian deputy PM blames migrant crisis on France’s ‘colonisation’ of AfricaFrance’s foreign ministry has summoned the Italian ambassador after Italy’s deputy prime minister, Luigi Di Maio, blamed migrant arrivals on France’s '“colonisation” of Africa.Teresa Castaldo was summoned on Monday by Nathalie Loiseau, the cabinet chief of French European affairs, over the “hostile” remarks, the Italian news agency, Ansa, reported. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, France, Africa, World news, Migration, Italy, Ansa, Luigi Di Maio, Nathalie Loiseau, Africa Teresa Castaldo


France: Brexit : après le rejet par les Communes de l'accord de retrait - August Debouzy

1. Attendu par la majorité des observateurs, le rejet par les Communes, hier soir, du projet d'accord de retrait négocié entre
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France summons Italian envoy over Africa remarks

The Italian ambassador is summoned after Deputy PM Luigi di Maio accuses France of exploiting Africa.
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France summons Italian envoy over Africa remarks

The Italian ambassador is summoned after Deputy PM Luigi di Maio accuses France of exploiting Africa.
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Historic Eastern Christianity: An Uncertain Future

The survival of historic Eastern Christianity has never been as urgent as it is today. Christianity saw its beginning in Greater Syria which was subdivided by France and Britain after WWI into modern day Syria, Lebanon, Palestian/Israel and Jordan.
Tags: News, France, Israel, Britain, Greater Syria, SYRIA LEBANON, Eastern Christianity


France summons Italian envoy over Di Maio's migrant remarks

PARIS (AP) — France's Foreign Ministry summoned the Italian ambassador Monday over sharp anti-French comments from an Italian official about Europe's migrant crisis.
Tags: Europe, News, France, Ap, Paris, Foreign Ministry, Di Maio


Former French swimming champion on trial for child sex abuse

BORDEAUX, France (AP) — A former French swimming champion is on trial in southwest France for the alleged rape and sexual abuse of young boys and adolescents during the decade he ran an ice hockey club in northern France. Vincent Leroyer told a jury as his three-day trial got underway in Bordeaux on Monday that […]
Tags: News, France, Sports, Nation, Bordeaux, France AP, Vincent Leroyer


Post-Daesh Iraq: France’s Engagement

In December 2017, Iraqi authorities announced that they had completely freed areas previously controlled by the Daesh terrorist organization. Today, Iraq has entered a crucial phase of national reconciliation, stabilization and reconstruction of freed regions. These actions are essential for a lasting victory against terrorism and the return of displaced persons. Humanitarian and stabilization assistanceFrance and its partners have continued their efforts, and are standing alongside the Iraqi pe...
Tags: Europe, News, France, Iraq, Paris, United Nations, Un, Iraq Business News, UNDP, Daesh, Security Council, Ministry, Mosul, Sinjar, Jean Yves Le Drian, Erbil


Bertrand Tavernier Hosts Night of Cinema Inspired Orchestra in Paris

Flanked by UniFrance president Serge Toubiana and the National Orchestra of France, filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier stood before a rapt crowd at Paris’ Maison de la Radio this past Saturday to introduce an evening dedicated to French film scores called “May the Music Begin!” That moniker – a reference to the original French title of his […]
Tags: News, France, Global, Paris, Unifrance, Bertrand Tavernier, Serge Toubiana, Unifrance Paris Rendez-vous, National Orchestra, Maison de la Radio


Work on new Eurotunnel border inspection post begins in Calais

Checkpoint for horses and other large animals part of £20m no-deal Brexit contingency planWork has begun at the Calais Eurotunnel exit for a new border inspection post for horses and other large animals as part of a £20m no-deal contingency plan.Controls are also prepared for the nearby port of Boulogne, to cater for the 200,000 tonnes of fish the UK exports through France. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, France, European Union, UK News, World news, Calais, Brexit, Boulogne, Calais Eurotunnel


For lorries queuing at congested Calais, no-deal Brexit looms large

In the first of a short series, Lisa O’Carroll joins a British driver to navigate the ‘frictionless trade’ of the French portSimon Wilkinson, a British lorry driver, is surveying about 1,000 lorries amassing at the “queue for the queue” about half a mile from a French port. “This is frictionless trade on a Thursday afternoon in Calais,” he said.Wilkinson runs a small haulage company in Kent that specialises in transporting frozen food. Like all hauliers, he is looking ahead to the possibility of...
Tags: Europe, Politics, France, European Union, UK News, Transport, Road transport, Calais, Kent, Brexit, Wilkinson, Lisa O'Carroll


France and Germany to seal new deal as Brexit looms

A new treaty between two of Europe's closest friends - but why now, and what's in it?
Tags: Europe, News, France, Germany, Brexit


Denied Use of Roundabouts, Can Yellow Vests Stay United, Visible and Viable?

People who felt abandoned found an unlikely sense of community at the traffic circles. Without such a central gathering place, will the movement dissipate or get swept up in extremist politics?
Tags: News, France, Demonstrations, Macron, Politics And Government, Protests and Riots, Emmanuel (1977-, Yellow Vests Movement


France's Yellow-Vest Movement Ignore Calls to Debate

Thousands of protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for the 10th consecutive weekend of demonstrations, despite efforts by President Emmanuel Macron to channel yellow-vest anger through public debates over the next two months.
Tags: Europe, News, France, Paid, Emmanuel Macron, Yellow Vest Movement Ignore Calls


Fire at French ski resort of Courchevel kills two

Blaze forces evacuation of 60 workers, including foreigners, from three-storey buildingTwo people have died and a dozen more were injured in a fire at the ski resort of Courchevel in the French Alps, officials said.The pre-dawn blaze forced the evacuation of 60 resort workers, including foreigners, from a three-storey accommodation building. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, France, World news, Courchevel, French Alps


'No one is in charge here': How yellow vest protests spread, and why Macron's struggling to keep up

I'm sure you've heard the old bromide attributed to Charles de Gaulle, who wondered how it was possible to govern a country like France, with its 246 different kinds of cheese.
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