at Champs-Élysées, traders show traffic to half the mast

The conflicts that hit Champs-Elysees on Saturday, during the demonstration of "yellow jackets", forced merchants kept their stores closed all day, a situation almost unheard of on the most beautiful avenues in the world. Unbroken stone pavements, demolished traffic lights and vandalized terraces … In Paris, a demonstration of the "yellow jacket" at the Champs-Élysées … Read more

Air traffic: Almost 19 million passengers in 10 months

The Mohammed V airport continues to exhaust almost the commercial air traffic truck. It has a share of 43.75%, or 8.22 million passengers, from January to October 2018, an increase of 4.18%. 18.8 million passengers were welcome at various airports in Morocco through the first ten months of this year. This turnover was 10.14% higher … Read more

An Amazon warehouse centered on Montélimar

After Intermarché's logistics base in Loriol on Wednesday, in the Amazon, Montelimar, on Thursday targeted yellow jaw surgery. Thirty protesters installed a filter bargain in front of the warehouse of online sale sales of defendants for not paying taxes in France. They left the truck every two hours. They have the support of some car … Read more

Amazon: confused communication due to data leak due to technical error – Numerals – Politics

Several Amazon clients received a short email with notifications that their name and email address was misspelled without additional specifications. As of November 21, 2018, many Amazonas around the world receive an email saying that their name and e-mail address was discovered on the Amazon website. No more information. Amazon sent to French customers to … Read more

What Carlos Ghosn really criticizes

car In the Japanese press, many discoveries of misuse that would be blame for Carlos Ghosni, currently in custody in Japan, have been published, but we have to distinguish what is officially and what is just a leak. Did he suspect in tax fraud? Not. After the initial confusing information, Ghosn's false statements, which were … Read more