how large retailers are adapting?

how large retailers are adapting?

Thanks to his communication strategy, Leclerc won a majority of the market shares. But the other major retail players are stepping up their efforts to stay competitive. The purchasing power of the French is largely influenced by inflation, which reached 5.2% year-on-year according to INSEE in May, according to INSEE. Prices are rising, especially in … 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

UK heading for biggest train strike in over 30 years

The move, following the failure of the negotiations, will take place on Tuesday 21, Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June. 50,000 employees must participate. The UK is preparing for the biggest train strike in more than 30 years after negotiations on better wages and working conditions failed, sector unions confirmed on Saturday. †Despite the best … Read more

Why food trucks never managed to conquer city centers

The ‘mobile canteens’, which appeared in France in early 2010, have faced several economic and political obstacles that have limited their establishment in cities. Eating a foreign specialty, a hot dog or a poke bowl straight from the kitchen of a truck, is it finally possible in the city centers? At the heart of a … Read more

the Fed raises interest rates by three-quarters of a point, the largest increase since 1994

The US central bank now expects inflation to reach 5.2% this year, from 4.3% expected in March, and will therefore make further hikes at its upcoming meetings in 2022. The United States central bank, surprised by the acceleration in inflation in May, to its highest point in more than forty years, raised its key rate … Read more

in May, consumer prices in France rose 5.2% year-on-year

INSEE confirmed its first estimate on Wednesday morning. Strong in Europe, at its highest point in the United States, inflation is also huge in France. This Wednesday, INSEE released its final estimate of the consumer price index for May. This confirms the first analysis, which was published two weeks ago. †In one year, consumer prices … Read more

banned pizzas still for sale in Franprix stores

Despite the March 18 product recall, Fraich’Up pizzas were found in Franprix stores in Paris. Sales of Buitoni pizzas are still present on the shelves of some Franprix stores, according to information from RMC† The brand’s Fraich’Up range had made dozens of people seriously ill and killed two children. Read alsoBuitoni case: Investigation into Nestlé’s … Read more