Toblerone chocolate is no longer produced exclusively in Switzerland

Toblerone chocolate is no longer produced exclusively in Switzerland

AFP, published on Friday, June 24, 2022 at 4:50 PM Toblerone chocolate, whose triangular bars are reminiscent of the peaks of the Alps, will no longer be produced exclusively in Switzerland from 2023, meaning it will remove the “Switzerland” label from its packaging. Toblerone plans to open a production line in Slovakia by the end … Read more

Strikes, cancellations… What you need to know about airlines this summer

This summer, all airlines are expected to be affected by strikes or cancellations. In question, a lack of staff and unions demanding higher wages. Summer promises to be complicated for airlines. For the time being, they all seem to be affected by strikes and cancellations in the coming weeks. Read alsoHow to check the reliability … Read more

Strikes, cancellations… What you need to know about airlines this summer

This summer, all airlines are expected to be affected by strikes or cancellations. In question, a lack of staff and unions demanding higher wages. Summer promises to be complicated for airlines. For the time being, they all seem to be affected by strikes and cancellations in the coming weeks. Read alsoHow to check the reliability … Read more

British railway workers launch ‘historic’ strike, largest in 30 years

A three-day social movement begins. This Tuesday, one in two lines will be closed and four out of five trains have been cancelled. Correspondent in London This is the first major salvo of social warning to the Johnson administration. One in two lines closed and four in five trains disabled: British railway workers will begin … Read more

International community reaches unprecedented tax deal fit for the digital age

08/10/2021 – The major reform of the international tax system completed today at the OECD will ensure that from 2023 a minimum tax rate of 15% will be applied to multinational enterprises (MNEs). The landmark agreement, which has been approved by 136 countries and jurisdictions representing more than 90% of global GDP, will also allocate … Read more

Easyjet exercises an option to purchase 56 A320neo aircraft

AFP, published on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at 11:05 am The airline Easyjet announced on Tuesday that it would exercise a purchase option with European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, which will deliver its 56 A320neo aircraft, which amounts to about $6.5 billion at the list price of 2018. However, the British airline explains that the price … Read more

Easyjet is reducing its flying capacity for this summer

As the holiday season approaches, airlines are facing “operational issues”, including “traffic control delays and staff shortages,” Easyjet explains. British low-cost carrier Easyjet announced on Monday that it would reduce its transport capacity this summer due to a dire staff shortage, in order to avoid chaos at airports like in recent weeks. †There will be … Read more

China faces a mountain of medical waste

The drastic incarcerations imposed by the Middle Kingdom come with significant environmental costs, as evidenced by the accumulation of medical waste. Every day, agents in full suits in China put hundreds of millions of disposable swabs down the throat for large-scale PCR testing. Problem: These surgeries generate a huge amount of medical waste. With its … Read more

China faces a mountain of medical waste

The drastic incarcerations imposed by the Middle Kingdom come with significant environmental costs, as evidenced by the accumulation of medical waste. Every day, agents in full suits in China put hundreds of millions of disposable swabs down the throat for large-scale PCR testing. Problem: These surgeries generate a huge amount of medical waste. With its … Read more

Bitcoin Drops Below $20,000

After a good period during the pandemic, cryptocurrencies, known for their high volatility, have fallen sharply. 177589402/White – stock.adobe.com The cryptocurrency best known to the general public continues to decline. The wind of panic raging in the cryptocurrency market has strengthened this weekend. Badly treated for months, bitcoin hit its lowest level in 18 months … Read more