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Bankers leave London as Brexit outsourcing to EU intensifies

LONDON / PARIS (Reuters) – Investment banks move more rainmakers from London to financial centers across the European Union, accelerating the pace of moves after pandemic and uncertainty over Great Britain’s access Brittany in the bloc slowed down relocations. FILE PHOTO: The skyscrapers of the City of London’s Financial District …

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French farmers sell to the public using vending machines

This is the post-Covid farm store – produce fresh, but sold in refrigerated vending machines. The products on offer include seasonal fruits and vegetables, dairy products, bread, pasta, juices, olives and meat, along with pork, veal, rabbit, duck and poultry. The customer chooses the food, presses the locker number, pays …

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Media group concerned about kidnapping of French journalist in Mali

YAOUNDE from Cameroon The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said on Wednesday it was extremely concerned for the safety of French journalist Olivier Dubois who was kidnapped in the Gao region of northern Mali. CPJ’s Africa program coordinator Angela Quintal urged Malian and French authorities to thoroughly investigate Dubois’s disappearance. …

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The brewery debuts in the former South End Gaslight space on May 6

When Gaslight closed at the end of November after its lease expired, fans of the bustling French restaurant mourned the end of its 15 years of operation. On May 6, a new concept will take its place – and it bears a striking resemblance to its predecessor. Brewery will open …

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UPDATE 1 – French group Safran maintains forecasts as quarterly sales fall 38%

(Add details) PARIS, April 30 (Reuters) – French manufacturer of aircraft engines and equipment Safran on Friday announced a 38% drop in first-quarter revenue, but maintained full-year guidance as companies airlines face a bumpy recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Managing Director Olivier Andries said the slowdown reflected continued uncertainty over …

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Gucci and Facebook file joint lawsuit against suspected infringer, World News

Gucci and Facebook have filed a joint lawsuit in California against an individual who allegedly used the US group’s social media platforms to sell fake Gucci products, the two companies said on Tuesday. This initiative, a first of its kind for Gucci and Facebook, is the latest example of an …

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Mediaset aims for European expansion with the support of Vivendi

A Vivendi sign is seen at the company’s headquarters in Paris, France, April 8, 2015. REUTERS / Gonzalo Fuentes / File Photo Italy’s leading commercial broadcaster Mediaset (MS.MI) has embarked on European expansion to fend off competition and hopes to gain the support of all of its investors, including French …

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French group raises funds to support vaccination against Covid-19 in Cuba

The France Cuba solidarity association on Monday launched a new appeal to provide funds on French soil for the purchase of syringes and needles for the Covid-19 vaccination in Cuba. With its appeal, the association with more than six decades of support for the Cuban Revolution joined the invitation launched …

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Australian Connection at Almanzor Premiere

Faro de San Juan, ridden by Pierre Charles-Boudot, winner at Chantilly. (Image: ScoopDyga) There was an Australian connection as shuttle stallion Almanzor celebrated his first winner of his first runner at Chantilly on Monday. Faro de San Juan (favorite at $ 2.30) won the Prix du Soleil de Bretagne (1100m) …

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UPDATE 2-Mediaset plans to move its legal base to the Netherlands and abandon its loyalty program

(Add details on results) MILAN, April 26 (Reuters) – Mediaset said on Monday that it would ask shareholders to approve the relocation of the Italian chain’s headquarters to the Netherlands in a new effort to continue its international expansion. Mediaset had previously been forced to suspend its plan to create …

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