France: An investigation takes stock of the use of immigrant labor in Ile-de-France
© Reuters-Benoit Tessier France, Stains in Seine-Saint-Denis: caregivers look at the conference Press of March 18 during which Jean Castex, the Prime Minister announces the third confinement. More than 20% of assets in Ile-de-France are immigrant workers according to a statistical study by INSEE (the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies) which establishes an x-ray of this workforce foreign origin.
© Archives Philippe Huguen, AFP The 107 kilometers of the Grand Gabrit canal will eliminate at least 500,000 trucks from the A1 motorway to Paris.
In 2030, the river link connecting Compiègne (Oise) to Aubencheul-au-Bac (North) could generate 50,000 jobs in Hauts-de-France and improve the competitiveness of the northern commercial port.
of the Assizes of the Economy of Sea in Lille? Boeotians are spontaneously surprised. But for the professionals gathered there since Tuesday, November 8, the doubts are dissipated: the northern metropolis is turned towards the sea and it will be even more after the opening of the channel at Grand Gabarit Seine-Nord in 2030.
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It is a titanic work that will remove up to a million trucks on the A1 motorway between Lille and Paris , explains Nicolas Siegler, vice-president of the Nord department in charge of regional planning. Its 107 kilometers between Compiègne (Oise) and Aubencheul-au-Bac (North), near Cambrai, will be dug from 2024 and put into service in 2030. We also expect it to generate up to 50 000 jobs in the region.
The @hautsdefrance benefit from an exceptional maritime facade, open to Europe, which sees a quarter of the world maritime traffic circulating in the Strait of Pas-de-Calais.
The region will continue to fight to defend its ports and its maritime economy! #aem2022 pic.twitter.com/l1lwbvprrn
- Xavier Bertrand (@xavierbertrand) November 8, 2022
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© Copyright 2022, the Obs The United States, which already accuses Iran of militarily supporting the Russian invasion of Ukraine, have Indicated Wednesday, November 2 that North Korea sent shells to Russia, "in a hidden manner".
This missing link between the river basins of the Seine and the Scheldt is also and above all the opportunity for the Port of Dunkirk to serve an even larger hinterland, estimates Xavier Bertrand, president of the Hauts-de-France region. From the Paris region to Alsace and the countries of the Benelux ...
Dunkirk, Natural Port of Lille
The port has already gone, in a few years, from 200,000 to 800,000 containers per year, he adds. Tomorrow, it will be more than a million ... An activity that Dunkirk claims to win on the big Belgian and Dutch ports.
The Seine-Nord canal should not pass us under the nose, confirms Damien Castelain, president of the European Metropolis of Lille. Thanks to him, Dunkirk becomes even more the natural port of Lille, he adds by inviting local economic players to redirect their logistics towards the port of Flanders.
India can buy as much Russian oil as it wants, Yellen says. The caveat: it can't use Western insurance, finance and maritime services. .
Russia has surpassed Saudi Arabia and Iraq to become India's top crude oil supplier, but there are concerns such deals are funding the war in Ukraine.Moscow has fueled an energy crisis in Europe by cutting off key pipeline gas supplies, but the specialist ships will enable countries like Germany to import seaborne natural gas for the first time.