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China and France

The visit of the president Xi Jinping has given a good image of the personal relations between the two heads of States but has not brought any progress, regarding the major geopolitical stakes as about the economic relations between the two countries. The celebration of the 80th anniversary of the recognition by France of the Popular Republic was more a pretext than an historical demand because it was important that, in the current tense international context, any opportunity was good to take to exchange positions. But that does not mean that concrete results were inevitably obtained and these ones ...

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Europe : The new way

Where there is the will, there is the way, would have said Lao-Tseu, the Chinese philosopher. At the eve of the European elections and in a world full of crisis and tensions, this thought is still present. People, notably in France, are in the habit of forgetting all the things past time brought to them and of worrying about the difficulties they have to cope with. The look taken on Europe is not an exception to this rule. The populist and nationalist movements rise in several States, members of the Union, is testifying about that. The world has changed and ...

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Europe-United-States : The big gap

The publication of the figures regarding 2023 growth and the forecasts for 2024 shows the growing gap which has been established between Europe and the Unites States. On the other side of the Atlantic growth has been 2.5% in 2023 and it is forecasted 2.7% in 2024. Inside the eurozone, it has been 0.5% in 2023. A figure inferior to 1% is forecasted for 2024. The U.S. have a full employment situation and financial markets are worrying at each publication of the jobs creation about the consequences that would have on wages and so on prices ...

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