Paris Air Show, Air France, local taxes: today’s eco recap

LE SCAN ECO – Didn’t you have time to look at the economic news on Monday? Le Figaro summarizes the main topics of the day for you.

• Global aeronautics sets up its headquarters at Le Bourget

More than 2,000 players in the aeronautics, defense and space sectors are meeting from June 15 to 21 at the Paris Air Show. The most important global meeting of aeronautics, defense and space offers a unique opportunity to discover a wealth of novelties. For the single day of Monday, Airbus has garnered 15 billion dollars of contract against only 5 billion for its great rival Boeing.

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• The management of Air France against its majority union

Air France is initiating legal proceedings against the main pilots’ union for non-compliance with social agreements providing for 20% competitiveness gains.

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• Local taxes can hamper the purchase of real estate

Housing taxes and property taxes can represent up to three additional monthly payments per year for buyers. A tax that buyers do not always take into account before signing.

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But also

: With a daily working time of 9.40 a.m. on average, 6 days a week, the bosses of TPE have a series of marathon days, which extend into the evenings and weekends at home, according to an OpinionWay survey for American Express.

: The International Energy Agency has calculated that the commitments of major nations for the Paris conference, Cop21, are insufficient to slow global warming.

: About fifteen slaughterhouses are blocked by breeders across France, or 50% of French slaughter capacity at a standstill according to the FNSEA. Cattle breeders denounce the purchase price charged by slaughterers and supermarkets.

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And as a bonus

• The number of the day: 175 million Zimbabwean dollars has been exchanged for 5 dollars since this weekend in Zimbabwe. The country wants in one summer, a victim of hyper inflation.

• Phrase of the day : “Even Apple believes in the future of radio”. Christopher Baldelli, Chairman of the Management Board of RTL Radio (RTL, RTL2, Fun Radio, IP) since 2009 was the guest of “Buzz Media TDF-Le Figaro” to talk about the health of his group. to subscriber editions, on.

Christopher Baldelli, Chairman of the Management Board of RTL Radio