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Virtual English lessons with Hipe Kids CÔTE D’AZUR & PROVENCE Are you worried about your children’s level of English? As we covered in our January school special, international couples in the Côte d’Azur can find it challenging to ensure their kids speak the language(s) of the home, proper French and not lose out on English...
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Empty skies: How coronavirus has crippled air travel From Europe to Asia and North America, the skies have been unusually empty of commercial aircraft in recent weeks as countries close borders and enforce travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, forcing airlines worldwide to ground most of their fleets. Posted: April 2, 2020 4:43 pm by France...
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Record-breaking 6.6 million Americans apply for jobless benefits amid coronavirus crisis As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the United States, official data shows that more than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits during the last week of March – more than analysts had expected. It follows an already record-breaking number of claims two...
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US jobless figures set to rise as Spanish unemployment soars The number of people out of work in the United States is expected to soar when new figures are published later this Thursday. The previous data had seen a record jump of 3.3 million people claiming unemployment benefits, as businesses lay off staff due to...
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Stock markets continue slide after worst quarter since 2008 European stock markets have started the month in the red, after global shares had their worst three months since the financial crisis. The massive sell-off began around six weeks ago as investors tried to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic. As we enter a new quarter, there...
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Carmakers join global race to make ventilators amid virus crisis American auto manufacturers General Motors and Ford, French car companies PSA and Renault, and Formula 1 engineers have joined the ranks in response to a massive global shortage of the vital piece of medical equipment.  Posted: April 1, 2020 9:01 am by France 24
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UK pension options before Brexit deadline SPONSORED Brexit took place on 31 January, however, there is a grace period for the remainder of 2020 before the rules come into effect. That means there is still time to plan for what to do with your UK pension if you are residing in France. Blevins Franks offers...
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Covid-19 could cost airlines $250 billion in 2020 The International Air Transport Association has warned that the coronavirus pandemic could ruin the global airline industry unless there is urgent government aid. Some estimates suggest that carriers could lose more than $250 billion in revenues this year alone. Posted: March 27, 2020 4:29 pm by RFI
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Face mask diplomacy benefits Chinese billionaires As the coronavirus pandemic continues its global spread far beyond the outbreak epicentre of Hubei province, thousands of factories in China have turned to a new and very profitable export market: face masks. Posted: March 27, 2020 2:09 pm by RFI
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Jeanick Brisswalter, new president of the University of Côte d'Azur CÔTE D’AZUR & PROVENCE There were big changes for the Université Côte d’Azur this year. A massive re-hauling of the multiple schools between Nice and Cannes now fall under the UCA title. Along with this conglomeration, a new president was elected to bring the university...
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