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Reviews: IKEA now offers the cheapest apartment in the world, for less than 1 euro per month

UEFA analyzes the reasons for the English defeat at the euro

 UEFA analyzes the reasons for the English defeat at the euro © provided by SOFOOT Chronicle of a failure. UEFA has published this Wednesday a gigantic ratio in which it reveals, using several coaches, all trends and evolutions observed during this goal-rich tournament. The European Association has also amused to dissect the tactical evolutions during the final . An analysis of prejudice to England and partly explains its defeat to shots.

IKEA propose désormais de louer l’appartement le moins cher du monde, pour moins de 1 euro par mois. © IKEA IKEA now offers to rent the cheapest apartment in the world, for less than 1 euro per month.

as part of the "Tiny Homes" campaign praising the merits of the Swedish furniture manufacturer's interior designer teams, especially when it comes to intelligently furnishing a small space, IKEA Japan decided to Offering members IKEA Family The opportunity to rent an apartment in Tokyo with a monthly rent of only 99 yen (0.77 euros depending on the current exchange rate). Located in the Shinjuku district in the heart of the city, this studio is in addition furnished by the good care of IKEA and only waiting for its tenant (the members IKEA Family can register to attempt to rent him since 24 November 2021). Non-negligible detail, the apartment in question has a surface of 10m2 but as shown by the videos of the countryside and the photos of the apartment, the teams of IKEA and its mascot shark plush / real estate agent Blåhaj knew the Developed to enjoy all available space and ceiling height to slide everything you need to even have several living spaces in one.

Possible bankruptcy of Evergrand: The impact for the euro zone "would be limited", according to Christine Lagarde

 Possible bankruptcy of Evergrand: The impact for the euro zone © provided by the Parisian the Parisian probably limited consequences. The President of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, relativised, this Friday, the impact that would have for the euro zone a possible bankruptcy of the Chinese real estate ultra-indebted Evergrand .

You can discover more information about these "Tiny homes" here but the conditions of participation that have not been translated, we assume already and already that it will be complicated to be able to rent this tokyoite apartment without Japanese visa.

Euro inflation should have exceeded the summit: Graphics .
(Bloomberg) - December inflation for the Eurozone published this week will probably suggest that the price increase has reached its highlight. The rate is likely to decline at the beginning of the year, as the impact of the temporary reduction in VAT in Germany fall out from the year. Bloomberg Economics does not assume that the strong increase in the Genzinkeosten, which was recorded from January to March 2021, will be repeated in the first three months of 2022.

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