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US President Donald Trump arrives for the NATO summit at the Grove hotel in Watford, northeast of London on December 4, 2019. U.S. President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speak during a meeting in New York on September 25, 2019. Hanno Pevkur, Estonia's defense minister, emphasized that NATO allies did not interfere in each other's domestic politics and democratic processes. So when, when the choice of American people is Donald Trump, then it's Donald Trump. Then all the countries in the world, including Estonia, including the NATO allies, have to talk with this administration who will be put in place."
Persons: Donald Trump, Christian Hartmann, Trump, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Peter Nicholls, Jens Stoltenberg, Stoltenberg, Joe Biden's, , Volodymyr Zelensky, Saul Loeb, Donald Trump's, Keir Starmer, Starmer, we've, that's, Radosław Sikorski, CNBC's Steve Sedgwick, Hanno Pevkur, It's, France —, Balázs Orbán, Viktor Orbán Organizations: NATO, AFP, Getty, Republican, Ukraine, Eurasia Group, Trump, Ukrainian, Independent, CNBC, Hungary's Locations: Grove, Watford, London, Washington, Ukraine, China, North Korea, Iran, Britain, New York, Europe, Russia, Estonia, United States, Germany, Canada, France, Poland
He’s poised to become the next prime minister if the French president loses his gamble in the upcoming snap election. Bardella, the National Rally party leader, grew up an only child in social housing in Seine-Saint-Denis, a working-class suburb in the northeast of Paris. Le Pen handpicked the young politician to head the party in 2022 – ending a 50-year-rule by the Le Pen dynasty – and bring a fresh boost to the French populist right. Le Pen, a self-described Bardella groupie, has said she’s always been a great admirer of his and that he shows great maturity. Bardella and Le Pen attend the National Rally party's Congress in Paris, France, November 5, 2022.
Persons: Jordan Bardella, Emmanuel Macron’s, He’s, Denis, ” Bardella, , Macron, Le Pen, Le, Marine’s, Jean, Marie Le Pen, Bardella, Jeff Pachoud, Dominique Moisi, , relatable, Luc Mélenchon, Critics, Eric Ciotti, France’s, Pen, Bardella –, , she’s, Christian Hartmann, Emma Leyo Organizations: Paris CNN —, National Rally, Sorbonne, France, National, Macron’s, BFMTV, Republicans, Rally party's Locations: French, Seine, Paris, France, AFP, East, Africa
Olympic rings to celebrate the IOC official announcement that Paris won the 2024 Olympic bid are seen in front of the Eiffel Tower at the Trocadero square in Paris, France, September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDec 4 (Reuters) - There is no "plan B" for the opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympic Summer Games, the French sports minister said on Monday, after a man armed with a knife and hammer killed a German tourist and left two people wounded near the Eiffel Tower on Saturday. "We have no plan B, we have a plan in which there are several sub-plans with a certain number of adjustment variables," Amelie Oudea-Castera told France Inter radio. The attack occurred on the Quai de Grenelle - a spot also included in the plans for the opening ceremony. Reporting by Piotr Lipinski and Tassilo Hummel Editing by Bernadette BaumOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Amelie Oudea, Castera, Jean, Francois Ricard, Pont, Tony Estanguet, Piotr Lipinski, Tassilo Hummel, Bernadette Baum Organizations: IOC, Paris, REUTERS, France Inter, Islamic, Games, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Islamic State, Grenelle, Chechen, Israel
"For the opening ceremony, there is a specific protocol with the state and the Paris City Hall. We're confident that we're on track, that we will reach our goals," Paris 2024 Security director Bruno Le Ray told reporters on Thursday. "The first risk is the terrorist risk. We've integrated it, unfortunately, in all security plans," said Thomas Collomb, security executive director for Paris 2024. We will be talking about it (the Paris opening ceremony) for decades," she added.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Bruno Le Ray, Thomas Collomb, Le Ray, Brittany Jacobs, Jacobs, Julien Pretot, Ken Ferris Organizations: IOC, Paris, REUTERS, Rights, Olympics, Paris City Hall, Games, France's, American Public University System, Reuters, Atlanta Olympic, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Azerbaijan, Europe, Atlanta
A logo of Renault is seen on a car during the French carmaker Renault's 2022 annual results presentation in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, Feburary 16, 2023. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann Acquire Licensing RightsPARIS, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Renault (RENA.PA) will reveal the launch of an additional "affordable" city electric car during this week's capital markets day for its new EV unit Ampere, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Ampere targets 600,000 produced electric vehicles in 2026 and one million in 2031. The company sold just under 50,000 electric Megane and Kangoo vehicles, its current models, last year. It flagged the arrival of electrified Scenic and R5 models for 2024, followed by the R4, in 2025.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Ampere, Gilles Guillaume, Tassilo Hummel, Silvia Aloisi Organizations: Renault, REUTERS, Rights, Ampere, Reuters, Nissan, Thomson Locations: Boulogne, Billancourt, Paris, French, Mesto, Slovenia
A logo of Renault is seen on a car during the French carmaker Renault's 2022 annual results presentation in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, Feburary 16, 2023. Revenues came in at 10.51 billion euros ($11.07 billion), a touch above an analyst consensus forecast of 10.46 billion euros distributed by the company. Like other European carmakers it is facing strong competition in the EV market from Tesla (TSLA.O) and cheaper Chinese models. Renault confirmed its targets for 2023, adding it now expected a group operating margin closer to 8% for the year from a previous 7-8% forecast. ($1 = 0.9497 euros)Reporting by Gilles Guillaume, editing by Silvia AloisiOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, carmaker, Ampere, Gilles Guillaume, Silvia Aloisi Organizations: Renault, REUTERS, Companies Renault SA, Tesla, carmaker Renault, Turkish, Thomson Locations: Boulogne, Billancourt, Paris, Turkey, Argentina
A LVMH luxury group logo is seen prior to the announcement of their 2019 results in Paris, France, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsPARIS, Oct 11 (Reuters) - LVMH's (LVMH.PA) shares slumped on Wednesday, to their lowest level since December, knocking other shares in the fashion sector, after the French luxury giant posted slower third-quarter revenue growth. Shares in Gucci-owner Kering fell 3.2% at the market open while Hermes (HRMS.PA) also shed more than 3%. "An end to the roaring 20s," Berenberg analysts wrote in a briefing note as they cut their target price for LVMH. Investors have recently questioned the appetite for shares in the luxury goods sector, in the face of a Chinese slowdown and interest rate uncertainty.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, LVMH, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany, Morgan, JP Morgan, Kering, Berenberg, Mimosa Spencer, Sudip Kar Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Swatch, Burberry, Dior, Gucci, Investors, U.S, Gupta, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, United States, Europe, China
Logos of France's biggest insurer Axa are seen on a building in Nanterre, near Paris, March 8, 2016. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsBENGALURU, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Bharti Group will acquire French insurer AXA's (AXAF.PA) 49% stake in Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co, the Indian conglomerate said on Wednesday, taking full control of a venture that was jointly run for nearly two decades. "There is ample scope for life insurance to grow in India. Bharti's JV deal, made through its Bharti Life Ventures arm, is expected to close by December this year, subject to regulatory approvals. The company competes with HDFC Life Insurance (HDFL.NS), ICICI Prudential Life Insurance (ICIR.NS), SBI Life Insurance (SBIL.NS) and LIC in a market ranked ninth in the world, according to the insurance regulatory body's latest annual report.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Bharti, Burman, Avinash Singh, Hritam Mukherjee, Nivedita Bhattacharjee, Anil D'Silva Organizations: Axa, REUTERS, Rights, Bharti Group, Bharti AXA Life Insurance, Bharti, AXA, Life Insurance Corporation of India, United Provident Association, Insurance, JV, Religare Enterprises, Emkay Global Financial Services, Bharti's JV, Ventures, Life Insurance, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, SBI Life Insurance, Bharti Airtel, Bharti Realty, Del Monte Foods, Del, Del Monte Pacific, Thomson Locations: Nanterre, Paris, India, Del Monte, Bengaluru
How to negotiate your dream job
  + stars: | 2023-09-30 | by ( Diamond Naga Siu | )   time to read: +8 min
download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementAdvertisementBut first, negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. September is called the harvest moon, corn moon, and barley moon. While March is called the worm moon, sap moon, and crow moon. In other newsBeing "delulu" about a crush or job opportunity could help you achieve your dreams, a therapist said.
Persons: , Dianne Feinstein, we're, Robert Half, Scott Dobroski, Jenna Alexander, you've, Dobroski, Alexander, Charles B Cochran, Sir Noel Coward, Bob Riha, Christian Hartmann, Michael Jordan, Henrik Sørensen, Melissa Wells, It's, Naga Siu, Dan DeFrancesco, Hallam Bullock, Lisa Ryan Organizations: Service, Congress, Excellence, Southampton, Topical Press Agency, BMW, Chevrolet, CNN, BP, Eiffel, Reuters, NBA Locations: California, New York, Paris, France, San Diego, New York City, London
Markets in Q3: Gains, pains and oil reigns
  + stars: | 2023-09-29 | by ( Marc Jones | )   time to read: +5 min
The chimneys of the Total Grandpuits oil refinery are seen just after sunset, southeast of Paris, France, March 1, 2021. Gold has lost its shine too meaning that only oil and gas, cash and the dollar have proved reliably profitable. “If you are going above $100 a barrel and staying there you are starting to create that inflation narrative again”. Athens’ main stock market is up 26.5% this year, even if it is down 11% since July. “The comforting news for Q4 though is that we should be close to peak (global) interest rates,” Metcalfe said.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, It’s, Salman Ahmed, Japan’s, , Robert Alster, El Salvador’s, Tayyip Erdogan’s, Argentina’s, Michael Metcalfe, ” Metcalfe Organizations: REUTERS, Christian, Federal Reserve &, Macro, Deutsche Bank, Management, Russia, U.S, Athens ’, Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Tesla, Meta, Street Global Markets, Indicators Locations: Paris, France, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Athens, Pakistan, Britain’s, Turkey, Nigeria, Colombia, Mexico, U.S, Poland, Ecuador, Japan
An artificial heart by French manufacturer Carmat is seen during an interview with Reuters in Velizy, near Paris, January 11, 2021. Sources said Carmat, which had 24 million euros cash at mid-year, was looking to raise a total of around 100 million. Airbus said this week it had invested 50 million euros in Carmat but did not address whether it would spend more. It most recently invested 10 million euros in March 2022. Matra Defense paid a dividend of 207 million euros to Airbus in 2022, filings show.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Jean, Luc Lagardere, Alain Carpentier, Carpentier, Stephane Piat, Emmanuel Macron, Thomas Toepfer, Piat, Samir Devani, Carmat, Tim Hepher, Michal Aleksandrowicz, Laura Lenkiewicz, Stephanie Hamel, Josephine Mason, Elaine Hardcastle Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Rights, Airbus, PARIS, Lagardere's Matra Defense, Carmat, Rx Securities, FDA, Zurich University, Matra Defense, Thomson Locations: Velizy, Paris, French, Carmat, United States, Lagardere, Taiwan
A pressure gauge and valves are seen at Storengy's natural gas storage site in Saint-Illiers-la-Ville, western France, September 20, 2022. Inventories across the European Union and the United Kingdom had climbed to 1,071 terawatt hours (TWh) by Sep. 6, according to Gas Infrastructure Europe (“Aggregated gas storage inventory”, GIE, Sep. 8). The risk of storage space running out has been reduced correspondingly. Nonetheless, it will be critically important for the refill season to end earlier than usual to ensure storage space does not run out. Related columns:- Europe's record gas inventories cap prices (Aug. 8, 2023)- Europe’s gas storage is filling too fast (July 6, 2023)- Europe’s gas prices stabilise as storage additions slow (June 8, 2023)- Europe only has space for a small gas refill in 2023 (April 14, 2023)John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, John Kemp, Marguerita Choy Organizations: REUTERS, European Union, Gas Infrastructure, Thomson, Reuters Locations: Saint, Ville, France, United Kingdom, GIE, Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Australia
CNN —Hosts France won the opening game of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, beating fellow tournament favorites New Zealand 27-13 on Friday. Stephanie Lecocq/ReutersA late showFrom hours before kick off, it was obvious there was a Rugby World Cup in town in Paris. New Zealand players perform the Haka in front of the France players before their match at the Rugby World Cup. France made the man advantage count, Ramos scoring his fourth penalty of the game from close range to extend the lead to six points. And try as it might to push for a route back into the game, Ramos’ fifth penalty of the game made it a two-score match and effectively wrapped up the result.
Persons: Damian Penaud’s, Thomas Ramos, Mark Telea, Melvyn Jaminet’s, , ” France’s Gregory Alldritt, “ It’s, , France's Damian Penaud, France's, Matthieu Jalibert, Stephanie Lecocq, Christian Hartmann, Telea, Ramos, Richie Mo’unga’s, Mo’unga, Les Bleus, Will Jordan, Jaco Peyper, Ramos ’, Jaminet’s Organizations: CNN, France, Zealand, New Zealand, Reuters, Rugby, Stade de France, Blacks, Stade Locations: Paris, France, ” France, Uruguay, Lille, New Zealand, Namibia, Toulouse, Haka, Zealand, South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, Tonga, Romania
The logo of Amazon is seen on the company's logistics centre in Boves, near Amiens, France, April 8, 2022. The lawsuit will target the company's logistics program, Fulfillment by Amazon, pricing on its website by third-party sellers and will suggest "structural remedies" that could break the company up, the report said on Tuesday. Amazon and the regulator declined to comment when contacted by Reuters. Amazon has been criticized for allegedly favoring its own products and disfavoring outside sellers on its platform, among other allegations. Reporting by Akash Sriram in Bengaluru and Diane Bartz in Washington; Editing by Sriraj KalluvilaOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Donald Trump's, Lina Khan, Akash Sriram, Diane Bartz, Sriraj Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . Federal Trade,, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Google, Apple, Yale, Amazon, Thomson Locations: Boves, Amiens, France, Bengaluru, Washington
American breakers ready for Paris 2024 spotlight
  + stars: | 2023-08-13 | by ( Amy Tennery | )   time to read: +3 min
Olympic rings to celebrate the IOC official announcement that Paris won the 2024 Olympic bid are seen in front of the Eiffel Tower at the Trocadero square in Paris, France, September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File photoNEW YORK, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Olympic breaking hopefuls are getting ready for the Paris 2024 spotlight, taking on a decidedly athletic approach to an event that straddles the line between sport and art form. But a potential ticket to Paris is an entirely different matter for him. "I always thought that we had the potential to be as big as to be on a platform like the Olympics... He expects to compete in next month's World Championship in Belgium, where he could potentially book his spot for the Games next July and August.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Breaker El Nino, Missy Elliott, Alexander Raimon Diaz, Diaz, Victor Montalvo, Montalvo, Amy Tennery, Clare Fallon Organizations: IOC, Paris, REUTERS, Olympic, United States Olympic, Games, Reuters, Bull, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Colorado Springs, Belgium, Red, New York
[1/5] "Notre Dame du Risban", an SNSM lifeboat, enters the port of Calais following a rescue operation after a migrant boat trying to cross the Channel from France capsized, in Calais, France, August 12, 2023. REUTERS/Pascal RossignolCALAIS, France, Aug 12 (Reuters) - At least six people died and more than 50 were rescued after a migrant boat trying to cross the Channel from France capsized early on Saturday, local authorities said. "There were too many of them on the (migrant) boat," she told Reuters by phone as she returned to the shore. Thorel, who shared a picture of migrants on the rescue boat, wrapped in survival blankets, said no one died on the boat she was involved with rescuing. UK government figures show that the number of migrant Channel crossings since the start of 2018 exceeded 100,000 this week.
Persons: du Risban, Pascal Rossignol, Franck Dhersin, Sangatte, Anne Thorel, Elisabeth Borne, Herve Berville, Rishi Sunak's, Suella Braverman, Ingrid Melander, Tangi Salaun, Christian Hartmann, David Miliken, Helen Popper, Ros Russell Organizations: REUTERS, Local, Reuters, Maritime Affairs, Britain's coastguard, coastguard, Border Force, British coastguard, Conservative Party, Thomson Locations: Calais, France, Britain, Thorel, Dover, Paris, London
Amazon set to launch credit card in Brazil with Bradesco
  + stars: | 2023-08-04 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Christian HartmannSAO PAULO, Aug 4 (Reuters) - (AMZN.O) will launch a credit card offering in Brazil, in a partnership with Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA (BBDC4.SA), the bank's chief executive said on Friday, as the ecommerce giant pushes to expand its fintech offering. The launch is set for next Tuesday, according to CEO Octavio de Lazari Junior, adding that the bank will manage the card's credit risk, and the card will be powered by Mastercard (MA.N). Amazon's Brazil Country Manager, Daniel Mazini, said in a note that the company is always "looking for opportunities" to improve the shopping experience of customers in Brazil. The credit card offers comes at a time the country sees its interest rate starting a downward cycle and government programs to boost consumption. Amazon also has a credit card offering in the U.S., where it partners with JPMorgan Chase.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Octavio de Lazari, Daniel Mazini, Alberto Alerigi Jr, Isabel Woodford, Carolina Pulice, Sandra Maler Organizations: REUTERS, Christian, Christian Hartmann SAO PAULO, Banco Bradesco SA, Mastercard, Brazil, JPMorgan Chase, Thomson Locations: Boves, Amiens, France, Brazil, U.S
REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/File PhotoSINGAPORE, Aug 3 (Reuters) - Oil prices were little changed on Thursday after a two-day decline, including a sharp drop on Wednesday, as a U.S. government credit downgrade weighed on sentiment, though concerns around supply tightness provided some support. Ratings agency Fitch downgraded the main U.S. credit rating, the world's biggest oil consumer, reflecting an expected fiscal deterioration as well as a high and growing government debt burden. Both benchmarks were trading near their highest since April on Wednesday, but closed down 2% after the ratings downgrade. "Since oil had a steady rise over the past month, it was ripe for a pullback. The oil market will remain tight over the short-term, but prices could be still vulnerable for a deeper drop," said Edward Moya, an analyst at OANDA.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Fitch, Brent, Edward Moya, refiners, Tina Teng, Andrew Hayley, Sudarshan, Christian Schmollinger, Kim Coghill Organizations: REUTERS, Brent, U.S, West Texas, Energy, Administration, Organization of, Petroleum, Reuters, CMC Markets, Thomson Locations: Scheibenhard, Strasbourg, France, SINGAPORE, U.S, Saudi Arabia, China
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard, near Strasbourg, France, October 6, 2017. Both benchmarks had been trading at near their highest levels since April on Wednesday, but closed down 2% amid risk-off investor sentiment following the ratings downgrade. Wall Street's three main indexes closed lower and Treasury yields rose on Wednesday as uncertainty rippled through financial markets. U.S. crude stocks fell by a record 17 million barrels last week as refiners stepped up runs and exports topped 5 million barrels per day (bpd), the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. The inventory drawdown, which dramatically exceeded analysts' expectations in a Reuters poll of 1.4 million barrels, pointed to global demand outpacing supply as deep cuts from major producers continue.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Fitch, refiners, Andrew Hayley Our Organizations: REUTERS, Brent, U.S, West Texas, AAA, U.S ., Energy Information Administration, Organization of, Petroleum, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Scheibenhard, Strasbourg, France, BEIJING, U.S, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Moscow
PARIS (Reuters) - After a decade in the shadows, one of Europe’s mystery aerospace projects - the X9 helicopter - is taking shape as a potential future successor to Airbus Helicopters’ H145 light-twin chopper, with plans for a demonstrator underway, industry sources said. FILE PHOTO: An Airbus H145 French Securite Civile rescue helicopter takes off past Canadair aircrafts during the presentation of the 2023 plan to fight against wildfires, at Nimes-Garons airbase, France, April 25, 2023. A Berlin filing by Airbus Helicopters’ German subsidiary in 2020 noted its board had been briefed on the X9 and unspecified “further steps”. Any future H145 successor would regenerate the German side of Airbus Helicopters, formed from a 1992 merger between divisions of France’s Aerospatiale and MBB of Germany to counter U.S. rivals led by Bell, Boeing and Sikorsky. Those barriers are gradually fading as Airbus Helicopters adopts a system under which specialised sites pre-assemble major sections, which then converge on one site for final assembly.
Persons: Christian Hartmann, Lutz Bertling, Leonardo’s Organizations: PARIS, Airbus Helicopters, Airbus, Canadair, REUTERS, Airbus Helicopters ’, Reuters, Chase, Associates, Aerospatiale, Bell, Boeing, Sikorsky, Eurocopter Locations: Nimes, Garons, France, Donauwoerth, Germany, Bavarian, German, GERMANY, Paris, U.S, Spain, Marignane, Airbus Germany
An asteroid has been trailing Earth around the sun since 100 BC, astronomers estimate. The space rock at first appears to be another moon, but it's actually orbiting the sun and not Earth. That makes this asteroid a "quasi-moon" or "fake moon." Scientists first discovered the space rock, called 2023 FW13, in March using the Pan-STARRS observatory in Hawaii. What makes this fake moon uniqueThe full moon rises behind the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
Persons: Alan Harris, Christian Hartmann, Julius Caesar, That's, Adrien Coffinet, Harris, that's Organizations: Service, Space Science Institute, Sky, Eiffel, Reuters, Minor Planet, International Astronomical Union Locations: Hawaii, Paris, France
[1/2] A view shows French national flags on the Constitutional Council (Conseil Constitutionnel) before its decision on a request to hold a citizens' referendum (RIP - Referendum d'initiative partagee) about the future of France's pension system, in Paris, France, May 3, 2023. REUTERS/Christian HartmannPARIS, May 3 (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron's deeply unpopular pension law passed another hurdle on Wednesday when the Constitutional Council rejected a second bid by political opponents to hold a referendum on capping the retirement age at 62. Since Macron bypassed parliament, opposition lawmakers have turned to the Constitutional Council twice in an attempt to derail the reform, seeking its approval on each occasion for a referendum on the retirement age. But the pension system is a cornerstone of France's cherished social protection model and labour unions say the money can be found elsewhere, including by taxing the rich more heavily. Nonetheless, French pension payments as a share of pre-retirement earnings are substantially higher than elsewhere, OECD figures show.
[1/5] French rescuers from the Securite Civile force attend the presentation of the 2023 plan to fight against wildfires, at Nimes-Garons airbase, France, April 25, 2023. REUTERS/Christian HartmannNIMES, France, April 27 (Reuters) - France will have wildfire-fighting troops and their water-carrying aircraft ready on June 1, one month earlier than usual, to adapt to fires starting earlier than in the past due to climate change, a senior official said. "It's one month earlier than in the past," he said. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said earlier this month, amid France's first major blaze this year at the border with Spain, that the country was headed for "an extremely difficult summer 2023, possibly as difficult as summer 2022." Reporting by Lucien Libert; Writing by Ingrid Melander; Editing by Andrew CawthorneOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
[1/2] A LVMH luxury group logo is seen prior to the announcement of their 2019 results in Paris, France, January 28, 2020. European labels including LVMH's Louis Vuitton and Dior, as well as Chanel and Hermes have been riding a wave of strong demand from Americans, who emerged from lockdowns with savings and a desire to splash out on designer labels. He added the group is taking a cautious approach to price increases this year -- not just for cognac. "It's probably the most emblematic luxury store in the world," said Guiony. Elliott Savage, portfolio manager of U.S.-based fund YCG Investments, which holds shares in LVMH and other luxury brands, said a weakening U.S. luxury market in the near term could present an opportunity for dominant players to take market share.
[1/2] A logo of Renault is seen on a car during the French carmaker Renault's 2022 annual results presentation in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, Feburary 16, 2023. REUTERS/Christian HartmannTOKYO, March 31 (Reuters) - Nissan (7201.T) and Renault (RENA.PA) are working well together to sign a final agreement about the reshaping of their alliance and are confident that a deal will be reached soon, Nissan said in a statement on Friday. The company was responding to an earlier report by Japanese news agency Jiji which said that the final contract on the reboot of the alliance may be delayed until after April due to extended discussion on electric vehicles and intellectual property. Reporting by Daniel Leussink and Gilles Guillaume, editing by Silvia AloisiOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
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