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Les chiffres de la crise

     

Les résultats des principales économies pour le 1er semestre permettent d’avoir une appréciation de l’ampleur des répercussions de la crise du corona virus et de leur diversité. Les pays les plus touchés ont été le Royaume-Uni, l’Espagne, la France et les Etats-Unis avec un niveau du PIB inférieur entre 15 et 20% à celui atteint un an auparavant. L’Allemagne a été frappée par une récession moins violente, -10% après -2% au premier trimestre. Le Japon et surtout la Corée du Sud ont connu des baisses d’activité bien ...

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Energy : 2019 results and prospects for the "world to come"

In June, the oil group BP publishes energy production and consumption statistics for the previous year by sources and by countries. That allows to having a precise and definitive idea of the world situation, of CO2 emissions, of the evolution of the repartition between different fossil fuels, renewable and nuclear power and especially of the mid-term trends which are appearing. They allow to dismiss many wrong ideas regarding energy transition and to carry a judgment on the different proposals which are circulating in this domain.

The first observation is about energy consumption which, as a whole, is not failing, even ...

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A statistical recession

The economic consequences of the corona virus outbreak have an exceptional extent. In France, the first results of the Banque de France inquiries provide an estimation of the GDP fall during the 1st quarter of 6%. The government is forecasting for the full year a recession with the same magnitude. Support measures in favor of enterprises and the increasing of health and unemployment compensation expenditures could generate a public deficit above 7% and public debt could overpass at the end of the year 120% of GDP under the cumulative effect of the contraction of the denominator and the increase ...

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