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To analyse. It is one of the spearheads of French excellence. Urban public transport is one of the country’s strengths. It has generated French champions – Keolis-SNCF, Transdev, RATP Dev – which operate on five continents. Their know-how, which is based in particular on one of the oldest and densest networks in the world, that of the Paris region, is everywhere watched, spied on, copied. However, the sector is experiencing one of the most profound upheavals in its history, linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are witnessing a major reconsideration of its mode of operation and its financing.

The lasting symptom of the problem is first and foremost a persistent disaffection on the part of users for buses, trams, subways, regional and suburban trains. A recent study confirms this: 40% of the inhabitants of cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants say they do not use public transport regularly this year, tells us the 2021 Mobility Observatory set up by the Union des transports publics and railways (UTP), the employers’ organization in the sector.

Read also 30% of users say they want to permanently renounce public transport once the health crisis has passed

This is the highest rate of disaffection since the Observatory has existed, up 13 points compared to 2019, which was the best year for public mobility. This figure is lower in Ile-de-France (25%), but, again, sharply increasing – it was 15% in 2019. The target attendance figures more or less confirm this state of affairs in the first half of 2021 ( 58% of normal in Paris, 74% in the region), even if we recorded a better in the third quarter (77% in Paris, 78% in the region).

New ways of getting around

The reasons for this exile of users – the study confirms – are both the fear of contamination and changes in habits, due in particular to the introduction of teleworking. The people questioned consider that public transport is the place where one is most contaminated, before bars, family meals or sports halls. Epidemiological work does not point the finger at public transport as much, but a recent survey by the Institut Pasteur still places them among the risk areas. A need for less mobility also largely explains the flight of passengers. When we ask them why they took less transport, they answer first “Because I move less” (56%), ahead“I’m afraid of being contaminated” (32 %).

Hit with decline for thirty-six months, urban public transport is also affected in its economic model. The UTP calculated that the crisis had generated 2.8 billion euros in losses since 2020 (1.6 billion last year, 680,000 this year), two-thirds of which in Ile-de-France. And it is not so much the transport companies that are suffering as their clients, the authorities organizing mobility (AOM), such as Ile-de-France Mobilité in the capital region. AOMs finance transport and collect revenues, which are of two kinds: a corporate tax, called a ?mobility payment?, and tickets paid by travelers. It is especially the latter that are lacking in 2021.

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To analyse. It is one of the spearheads of French excellence. Urban public transport is one of the country’s strengths. It has generated French champions – Keolis-SNCF, Transdev, RATP Dev – which operate on five continents. Their know-how, which is based in particular on one of the oldest and densest networks in the world, that of the Paris region, is everywhere watched, spied on, copied. However, the sector is experiencing one of the most profound upheavals in its history, linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are witnessing a major reconsideration of its mode of operation and its financing.

The lasting symptom of the problem is first and foremost a persistent disaffection on the part of users for buses, trams, subways, regional and suburban trains. A recent study confirms this: 40% of the inhabitants of cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants say they do not use public transport regularly this year, tells us the 2021 Mobility Observatory set up by the Union des transports publics and railways (UTP), the employers’ organization in the sector.

Read also 30% of users say they want to permanently renounce public transport once the health crisis has passed

This is the highest rate of disaffection since the Observatory has existed, up 13 points compared to 2019, which was the best year for public mobility. This figure is lower in Ile-de-France (25%), but, again, sharply increasing – it was 15% in 2019. The target attendance figures more or less confirm this state of affairs in the first half of 2021 ( 58% of normal in Paris, 74% in the region), even if we recorded a better in the third quarter (77% in Paris, 78% in the region).

New ways of getting around

The reasons for this exile of users – the study confirms – are both the fear of contamination and changes in habits, due in particular to the introduction of teleworking. The people questioned consider that public transport is the place where one is most contaminated, before bars, family meals or sports halls. Epidemiological work does not point the finger at public transport as much, but a recent survey by the Institut Pasteur still places them among the risk areas. A need for less mobility also largely explains the flight of passengers. When we ask them why they took less transport, they answer first “Because I move less” (56%), ahead“I’m afraid of being contaminated” (32 %).

Hit with decline for thirty-six months, urban public transport is also affected in its economic model. The UTP calculated that the crisis had generated 2.8 billion euros in losses since 2020 (1.6 billion last year, 680,000 this year), two-thirds of which in Ile-de-France. And it is not so much the transport companies that are suffering as their clients, the authorities organizing mobility (AOM), such as Ile-de-France Mobilité in the capital region. AOMs finance transport and collect revenues, which are of two kinds: a corporate tax, called a ?mobility payment?, and tickets paid by travelers. It is especially the latter that are lacking in 2021.

You have 44.75% of this article left to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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A reindeer swam and killed by a polar bear in a hunting scene filmed for the first time. As the pack ice melts under his feet, the King of the Arctic may be changing his eating habits.

Everything is playing out on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard on August 21, 2020, when the sea ice has receded and, with them, the seals whose bear feeds: a young bear chases a male reindeer in freezing water, catches up with him , drowns him and brings him back to earth to devour him.

Stunned, a team from a nearby Polish science station films the scene, documenting for the first time a hunt involving the two mammals. “It sounded like a documentary“, tells AFP Izabela Kulaszewicz, biologist at the University of Gdansk.

You could almost hear the voice of the narrator in the background saying that you absolutely must watch this event because we will probably never see anything like it again“, she continues. A sequence so atypical that with two other researchers, she draws from a study published last October in the journal Polar Biology.

According to them, the episode is part of a series of observations suggesting that the polar bear falls back more frequently on terrestrial prey to overcome the difficulty of putting the paw on seals.

In Svalbard, a territory a thousand kilometers from the North Pole, where signs warn against the predator, some 300 sedentary bears rub shoulders with about 20,000 reindeer. According to the authors of the article, signs of predation between the two species have increased in recent decades.

There are two explanations for this: the retreat of the pack ice, which keeps bears on the mainland for a longer period of time and the multiplication of the number of reindeer in Svalbard since their hunting was banned there in 1925. This predation, apparently new, should not however not be over-interpreted, note other experts.

If polar bears were killing reindeer in the 1950s or 1960s it would have been very difficult to observe because there were few people, few bears and few reindeer“at the time in Svalbard,” said Andrew Derocher, professor at the University of Alberta.

Opportunistic hunter

Although ringed or bearded seals, with their highly calorific fat, are their favorite delicacy, bears are opportunists who have also been observed to feed on young birds, rodents and even eggs.

© AFP

With its 70 and 90 kg in adulthood, reindeer would also be a good food supplement for bears in summer, a period of “lean cows” which tends to lengthen with warming. Two days after being filmed by Polish researchers, the same bear was observed devouring another reindeer carcass.

Reindeer can be important, at least for some bears, when they have to stay on the ground for long periods of time.“, assures the Norwegian expert Jon Aars, co-author of the article. According to the experts, this adapted diet will not however be a lifeline for the polar bear.

While an occasional successful predation attempt on reindeer may be good in the short term for one or two bears (and the media), I think it does little for the polar bear or reindeer population.“said Professor Ian Stirling of the Canadian Wildlife Service.

Skilled swimmer – his Latin name is Ursus maritimus -, the polar bear simply cannot compete with the reindeer over long distances on land, otherwise they will overheat.

© AFP

Elsewhere in the Arctic, caribou, the name given to reindeer in North America, are not as easy prey as their cousins ??in Svalbard, whose vigilance seems to have eroded since their hunting was banned.

They are also larger animals and have co-evolved with terrestrial predators, namely wolves, wolverines and tundra grizzly bears, making them more difficult prey.“, observe Geoff York de l’organisation de protection Polar Bears International.

Even in Svalbard and the surrounding region, the future looks bleak for bears. “There is not enough ice to support a population of polar bears“Judge Andrew Derocher.”Considering the trend, I think the Barents Sea polar bear population, which includes Svalbard, will be one of those that will disappear in this century.“.

Read also :

Melting of the ?last ice zone?, a disaster for the polar bear

Melting of the ?last ice zone?, a disaster for the polar bear

Warming: towards the extinction of polar bears by 2100, warns a study

Warming: towards the extinction of polar bears by 2100, warns a study

Impressive reindeer ?cyclone? filmed in Russia

Impressive reindeer ?cyclone? filmed in Russia

) [summary] => A reindeer swam and killed by a polar bear in a hunting scene filmed for... [atom_content] =>

A reindeer swam and killed by a polar bear in a hunting scene filmed for the first time. As the pack ice melts under his feet, the King of the Arctic may be changing his eating habits.

Everything is playing out on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard on August 21, 2020, when the sea ice has receded and, with them, the seals whose bear feeds: a young bear chases a male reindeer in freezing water, catches up with him , drowns him and brings him back to earth to devour him.

Stunned, a team from a nearby Polish science station films the scene, documenting for the first time a hunt involving the two mammals. “It sounded like a documentary“, tells AFP Izabela Kulaszewicz, biologist at the University of Gdansk.

You could almost hear the voice of the narrator in the background saying that you absolutely must watch this event because we will probably never see anything like it again“, she continues. A sequence so atypical that with two other researchers, she draws from a study published last October in the journal Polar Biology.

According to them, the episode is part of a series of observations suggesting that the polar bear falls back more frequently on terrestrial prey to overcome the difficulty of putting the paw on seals.

In Svalbard, a territory a thousand kilometers from the North Pole, where signs warn against the predator, some 300 sedentary bears rub shoulders with about 20,000 reindeer. According to the authors of the article, signs of predation between the two species have increased in recent decades.

There are two explanations for this: the retreat of the pack ice, which keeps bears on the mainland for a longer period of time and the multiplication of the number of reindeer in Svalbard since their hunting was banned there in 1925. This predation, apparently new, should not however not be over-interpreted, note other experts.

If polar bears were killing reindeer in the 1950s or 1960s it would have been very difficult to observe because there were few people, few bears and few reindeer“at the time in Svalbard,” said Andrew Derocher, professor at the University of Alberta.

Opportunistic hunter

Although ringed or bearded seals, with their highly calorific fat, are their favorite delicacy, bears are opportunists who have also been observed to feed on young birds, rodents and even eggs.

© AFP

With its 70 and 90 kg in adulthood, reindeer would also be a good food supplement for bears in summer, a period of “lean cows” which tends to lengthen with warming. Two days after being filmed by Polish researchers, the same bear was observed devouring another reindeer carcass.

Reindeer can be important, at least for some bears, when they have to stay on the ground for long periods of time.“, assures the Norwegian expert Jon Aars, co-author of the article. According to the experts, this adapted diet will not however be a lifeline for the polar bear.

While an occasional successful predation attempt on reindeer may be good in the short term for one or two bears (and the media), I think it does little for the polar bear or reindeer population.“said Professor Ian Stirling of the Canadian Wildlife Service.

Skilled swimmer – his Latin name is Ursus maritimus -, the polar bear simply cannot compete with the reindeer over long distances on land, otherwise they will overheat.

© AFP

Elsewhere in the Arctic, caribou, the name given to reindeer in North America, are not as easy prey as their cousins ??in Svalbard, whose vigilance seems to have eroded since their hunting was banned.

They are also larger animals and have co-evolved with terrestrial predators, namely wolves, wolverines and tundra grizzly bears, making them more difficult prey.“, observe Geoff York de l’organisation de protection Polar Bears International.

Even in Svalbard and the surrounding region, the future looks bleak for bears. “There is not enough ice to support a population of polar bears“Judge Andrew Derocher.”Considering the trend, I think the Barents Sea polar bear population, which includes Svalbard, will be one of those that will disappear in this century.“.

Read also :

Melting of the ?last ice zone?, a disaster for the polar bear

Melting of the ?last ice zone?, a disaster for the polar bear

Warming: towards the extinction of polar bears by 2100, warns a study

Warming: towards the extinction of polar bears by 2100, warns a study

Impressive reindeer ?cyclone? filmed in Russia

Impressive reindeer ?cyclone? filmed in Russia

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NowMismo.com Sirey Morán confesses to the next steps in his professional life.

Sirey Morán was crowned 12th winner of Nuestra Belleza Latina, one of the most successful reality shows in Spanish-language television programming in the United States.

While it is true that Morán worked as a presenter on a television station in Honduras, for her, being one of Univision’s exclusive talents represents one of the most transcendent achievements of her artistic career.

After being victorious at Nuestra Belleza Latina 2021, the 31-year-old Honduran landed a one-year contract as a Univision talent, $ 50,000 in cash, and artistic training at the CEA Institute in Televisa.

To play

Sirey Morán wins Nuestra Belleza Latina to become Honduran’s first queen After nine weeks of competition, the 31-year-old is the first Honduran to win the title and will be Univision’s new host. Sirey Morán wins the title with 49% of the audience’s votes. #NuestraBellezaLatina #SireyMoran SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly/ Visit the official website: Nuestrabellezalatina.com Follow us: FB: facebook.com/NuestraBellezaLatina IG: instagram.com/nuestrabellezalatina/ TW: twitter.com/nuestrabelleza # NBL20212021-11 -22T 17: 44Z

Sirey Morán’s face is known in beauty pageants, this after being crowned Miss Honduras in 2016. However, Morán was fired a few months after her coronation following a physical altercation she allegedly experienced with members. of the directive of the Honduran. Kingdom.

The life of the Queen of Nuestra Belleza Latina 2021 changed days after winning the Univision reality show. Now, Sirey Morán is settling permanently in the city of Miami to begin fulfilling his professional commitments with Univision, one of the most important Spanish-language television networks in the United States.

For the next several months, Morán will be part of the presenter team for one of Univision’s main programming, but for now, the Honduran’s next step in Univision’s programming remains completely under wraps.

In an exclusive interview with Michelle Oyola, editor-in-chief of Right Now, Sirey Morán spoke about the Univision TV show that she would like to join as a host for the duration of her artistic contract with the TV channel.

Enjoy Sirey Morán’s interview with Right Now

Question: If you had a choice of program or newscast, which one would you like to do?

Sirey Moran: What a complicated question. Since I have been doing sport, like everyone says to me: ‘Sport’. But as a good journalism student, I am open to the opportunity given to me.

They told me there that I have a really good voice for the news, well, I’m a huge fan and I grew up watching First Impact. I had the opportunity to meet some spectacular women who made the news during the shows, and you got to see it and well, they blew me away. So really that the opportunity given to me, I will be super grateful and happy to be able to realize it.

Doing First Impact would be a dream, I love it because it’s a very versatile newscast, they have a bit of everything. It’s not like TV news which only have news, they are very informative, I like the journalism they develop ?.

Question: Are you ready to relocate to Miami?

Sirey Moran: ?I think since the day I did the casting, it’s because I was ready to give up everything for this opportunity. I have lived in New York for eleven years, I took up the challenge of Honduras recently, I was only one year old to have returned to Honduras after eleven of having been abroad. I lived in the capital of Honduras, I’m not from there, I’m from Progreso de Yoro, which is four hours away. Almost in the capital of Honduras I used to walk with a GPS to get around because I don’t know and I have no family, so I am very nomadic. I don’t think I would have a problem moving to Miami. Other than that, I still don’t have any kids and I’m not married, I don’t even have a boyfriend, so let’s go-laugh.

Feel free to like our community of Our Latin beauty on Facebook to know all the news of Sirey Morán.

) [summary] => NowMismo.com Sirey Morán confesses to the next steps in his professional life. Sirey Morán was... [atom_content] =>

NowMismo.com Sirey Morán confesses to the next steps in his professional life.

Sirey Morán was crowned 12th winner of Nuestra Belleza Latina, one of the most successful reality shows in Spanish-language television programming in the United States.

While it is true that Morán worked as a presenter on a television station in Honduras, for her, being one of Univision’s exclusive talents represents one of the most transcendent achievements of her artistic career.

After being victorious at Nuestra Belleza Latina 2021, the 31-year-old Honduran landed a one-year contract as a Univision talent, $ 50,000 in cash, and artistic training at the CEA Institute in Televisa.

To play

Sirey Morán wins Nuestra Belleza Latina to become Honduran’s first queen After nine weeks of competition, the 31-year-old is the first Honduran to win the title and will be Univision’s new host. Sirey Morán wins the title with 49% of the audience’s votes. #NuestraBellezaLatina #SireyMoran SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly/ Visit the official website: Nuestrabellezalatina.com Follow us: FB: facebook.com/NuestraBellezaLatina IG: instagram.com/nuestrabellezalatina/ TW: twitter.com/nuestrabelleza # NBL20212021-11 -22T 17: 44Z

Sirey Morán’s face is known in beauty pageants, this after being crowned Miss Honduras in 2016. However, Morán was fired a few months after her coronation following a physical altercation she allegedly experienced with members. of the directive of the Honduran. Kingdom.

The life of the Queen of Nuestra Belleza Latina 2021 changed days after winning the Univision reality show. Now, Sirey Morán is settling permanently in the city of Miami to begin fulfilling his professional commitments with Univision, one of the most important Spanish-language television networks in the United States.

For the next several months, Morán will be part of the presenter team for one of Univision’s main programming, but for now, the Honduran’s next step in Univision’s programming remains completely under wraps.

In an exclusive interview with Michelle Oyola, editor-in-chief of Right Now, Sirey Morán spoke about the Univision TV show that she would like to join as a host for the duration of her artistic contract with the TV channel.

Enjoy Sirey Morán’s interview with Right Now

Question: If you had a choice of program or newscast, which one would you like to do?

Sirey Moran: What a complicated question. Since I have been doing sport, like everyone says to me: ‘Sport’. But as a good journalism student, I am open to the opportunity given to me.

They told me there that I have a really good voice for the news, well, I’m a huge fan and I grew up watching First Impact. I had the opportunity to meet some spectacular women who made the news during the shows, and you got to see it and well, they blew me away. So really that the opportunity given to me, I will be super grateful and happy to be able to realize it.

Doing First Impact would be a dream, I love it because it’s a very versatile newscast, they have a bit of everything. It’s not like TV news which only have news, they are very informative, I like the journalism they develop ?.

Question: Are you ready to relocate to Miami?

Sirey Moran: ?I think since the day I did the casting, it’s because I was ready to give up everything for this opportunity. I have lived in New York for eleven years, I took up the challenge of Honduras recently, I was only one year old to have returned to Honduras after eleven of having been abroad. I lived in the capital of Honduras, I’m not from there, I’m from Progreso de Yoro, which is four hours away. Almost in the capital of Honduras I used to walk with a GPS to get around because I don’t know and I have no family, so I am very nomadic. I don’t think I would have a problem moving to Miami. Other than that, I still don’t have any kids and I’m not married, I don’t even have a boyfriend, so let’s go-laugh.

Feel free to like our community of Our Latin beauty on Facebook to know all the news of Sirey Morán.

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Star of millennials and king of luxury streetwear, American designer Virgil Abloh, creator of Louis Vuitton men’s collections, died on Sunday at the age of 41 from a rare and aggressive cancer, heart angiosarcoma.

“He has chosen to endure his fight in private since his diagnosis in 2019″ of cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare malignant tumor located in the heart, explained his family in a post on the designer’s Instagram account, mentioning of ” many difficult treatments ?.

The heart is rarely subject to tumors and angiosarcoma is the most common form when this organ is affected. However, this type of cancer remains very difficult to cure. And there is little research to find the origin or a treatment.

the heart does not repair damaged tissue

According to Inserm, “except for surgery when the tumor is still localized, there is no consensus on the treatment of this cancer resistant to chemotherapy”. In addition, unlike other organs, the heart does not repair tissue damaged by tumors.

An explanation for this phenomenon is provided by a study published by Trust Mu Science. According to her, the cells that make up the heart, the heart myocytes, stop reproducing at an early stage. While this makes the organ more resistant to the appearance of cancerous tumors, it also prevents cardiomyocytes from “proliferating and repairing damaged cells.”

The first great black designer recognized on the fashion scene, committed to the affirmation of African-American cultures, Virgil Abloh was a victim of this rare and very aggressive cancer.

The famous stylist had landed in 2018 one of the most envied positions in the fashion and luxury sector, within the flagship brand of LVMH, the world number one in luxury.

) [summary] => Star of millennials and king of luxury streetwear, American designer Virgil Abloh, creator of Louis... [atom_content] =>

Star of millennials and king of luxury streetwear, American designer Virgil Abloh, creator of Louis Vuitton men’s collections, died on Sunday at the age of 41 from a rare and aggressive cancer, heart angiosarcoma.

“He has chosen to endure his fight in private since his diagnosis in 2019″ of cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare malignant tumor located in the heart, explained his family in a post on the designer’s Instagram account, mentioning of ” many difficult treatments ?.

The heart is rarely subject to tumors and angiosarcoma is the most common form when this organ is affected. However, this type of cancer remains very difficult to cure. And there is little research to find the origin or a treatment.

the heart does not repair damaged tissue

According to Inserm, “except for surgery when the tumor is still localized, there is no consensus on the treatment of this cancer resistant to chemotherapy”. In addition, unlike other organs, the heart does not repair tissue damaged by tumors.

An explanation for this phenomenon is provided by a study published by Trust Mu Science. According to her, the cells that make up the heart, the heart myocytes, stop reproducing at an early stage. While this makes the organ more resistant to the appearance of cancerous tumors, it also prevents cardiomyocytes from “proliferating and repairing damaged cells.”

The first great black designer recognized on the fashion scene, committed to the affirmation of African-American cultures, Virgil Abloh was a victim of this rare and very aggressive cancer.

The famous stylist had landed in 2018 one of the most envied positions in the fashion and luxury sector, within the flagship brand of LVMH, the world number one in luxury.

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To not miss anything on African news, subscribe to the newsletter of World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa.

A man gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Soweto, South Africa on November 29, 2021.

?There is no reason to panic, this is not uncharted territory. We have more than twenty months of experience in dealing with the pandemic, the different waves and the different variants. ” Like President Cyril Ramaphosa the day before, South African Minister of Health Joe Phaahla called for composure in the face of the emergence of the Omicron variant, during a press conference on Monday, November 29.

Read the decryption: Article reserved for our subscribers Concerns and unknowns of the new Omicron variant

There is only one certainty at this stage: contamination is increasing very quickly. “I think we are all in awe of how fast the numbers are climbing, knowing that we had very few transmissions just a week ago”, underlines the epidemiologist Salim Abdool Karim, specialist in infectious diseases often compared, at the time when he headed the ministerial advisory committee to fight against the South African Covid-19, to the American doctor Anthony Fauci.

In mid-November, South Africa had less than three hundred new daily infections on a weekly average, its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. The average has climbed to nearly two thousand over the past week, and Professor Abdool Karim expects the country to exceed ten thousand infections per day by the end of the week, as the rate of test positivity rose from around 2% to over 10% in a week – it peaks at over 35% among 10-14 year olds in Gauteng province, home of the new infections. At the head of the team that identified the new variant, bioinformatician and virologist Tulio de Oliveira estimates that it already dominates 90% of infections in this province.

Young people more affected, and less vaccinated

The speed of propagation of this new wave suggests a strong contagiousness of the Omicron, as already suggested by the profile of certain mutations. Is it all the more dangerous? Several general practitioners in the Gauteng region pointed out that it only appeared to cause mild symptoms. Doctor Unben Pillay thus evokes a dry cough, fever, night sweats, “In line with this [qu?ils ont ] seen in previous waves ?. Most “It is still very early”, he said, to draw conclusions.

At this stage, nearly 60% of patients with Covid-19 admitted to hospital do not have severe symptoms

If he confirms that no worrying sign has been observed for the moment, Doctor Abdool Karim qualifies the observations of certain doctors who assure that the new variant would rather affect young people: ?Young people are less vaccinated, it is obvious that they represent more cases, but we do not have a reliable clinical picture at this stage. “ South African epidemiological data confirms that the majority of contaminations currently concern those under 25, who are more likely to congregate, particularly at the end of the school and university year when there are more festivals in southern Africa.

The rise in contamination was thus first observed among students from the municipality of Tshwane, which includes the South African capital Pretoria, before spreading to the youngest, then to the older population groups, the latter. days. As a logical consequence, very few elderly people are hospitalized at this stage, and nearly 60% of patients with Covid-19 admitted to hospital do not have severe symptoms. The proportion of severe cases, lower than that observed in previous waves, can also be explained by the progression of vaccination in South Africa.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Omicron variant: part of the world folds down to slow its spread

If the profile of certain mutations already present for other variants suggests that the virus could partly escape the antibodies resulting from a first infection or vaccination, Professor Abdool Karim believes that the probable scenario is “That vaccines should continue to prevent severe forms of the disease”. It will take a month, he adds, before knowing precisely the ability of vaccines to protect against infections and severe forms of Covid-19. In Tshwane, for the moment, nearly 90% of patients admitted to hospital are not vaccinated.

Different circumstances in Europe

Should we expect to see the number of contaminations explode in Europe in the same way as in South Africa? “The Omicron appeared in South Africa at a time when the circulation of the Delta was very calm, and the last epidemic wave quite distant – hence a sharp decline in natural immunity in people who had been infected”, says Arnaud Fontanet, member of the French scientific council and head of the epidemiology of emerging diseases laboratory at the Institut Pasteur, in Paris, during a press conference on Monday.

“The circumstances of the emergence and circulation of the Omicron virus in South Africa are therefore not the same as what they could be in Europe, which is facing a wave of [du] Very important delta ?, adds the expert, who also points out that South Africa’s vaccination coverage is relatively low – 35% of the adult population is vaccinated. In this context, it will only be possible in the coming weeks to determine the outcome of the competition between the two variants, explains Dr Fontanet.

The epidemiologist from the Institut Pasteur also congratulated South Africa for the speed with which the country made public the identification of the variant. “He should not be ‘punished’ for being so transparent”, he underlines, worried, like others, of the risk of seeing certain nations keep their discoveries to themselves in the future, in view of the economic sanctions currently hitting South Africa.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Omicron variant: South Africa considers itself ?unfairly discriminated against?

Similarly praised by US Secretary of Health Xavier Becerra, Mr. Phaahla curtly greeted this praise crowned with retribution. “Tell your president that travel bans are not helping us and that they contradict the idea that the US government supports the approach we have taken”, assures to have answered Mr. Phaahla to his counterpart.

Faced with the Omicron variant, the Merck laboratory confident in its antiviral

The Merck group estimated, Monday, November 29, that its antiviral, Molnupiravir, “Will probably be active against the Omicron variant”. To justify this confidence, the pharmaceutical group does not rely on specific studies, still in the pipeline, but on the mode of action of its pill, which attacks the basic building blocks of the virus genome. It also highlights the effectiveness encountered against three other variants, Gamma, Delta and Mu. However, this efficiency, precisely, has been revised downwards.

The pharmacy giant announced Friday, November 26, that the final results of its trial concluded at an effectiveness of 30% and not 48%, as initially announced, based on preliminary data. This information should weigh in the process currently underway at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Experts from the American health agency had recommended, last week, an approval of Merck’s treatment intended to prevent serious forms of Covid-19. But the real review will be held on Tuesday, before the committee of independent experts tasked with informing the direction of the FDA. And with the new numbers.

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A man gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Soweto, South Africa on November 29, 2021.

?There is no reason to panic, this is not uncharted territory. We have more than twenty months of experience in dealing with the pandemic, the different waves and the different variants. ” Like President Cyril Ramaphosa the day before, South African Minister of Health Joe Phaahla called for composure in the face of the emergence of the Omicron variant, during a press conference on Monday, November 29.

Read the decryption: Article reserved for our subscribers Concerns and unknowns of the new Omicron variant

There is only one certainty at this stage: contamination is increasing very quickly. “I think we are all in awe of how fast the numbers are climbing, knowing that we had very few transmissions just a week ago”, underlines the epidemiologist Salim Abdool Karim, specialist in infectious diseases often compared, at the time when he headed the ministerial advisory committee to fight against the South African Covid-19, to the American doctor Anthony Fauci.

In mid-November, South Africa had less than three hundred new daily infections on a weekly average, its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. The average has climbed to nearly two thousand over the past week, and Professor Abdool Karim expects the country to exceed ten thousand infections per day by the end of the week, as the rate of test positivity rose from around 2% to over 10% in a week – it peaks at over 35% among 10-14 year olds in Gauteng province, home of the new infections. At the head of the team that identified the new variant, bioinformatician and virologist Tulio de Oliveira estimates that it already dominates 90% of infections in this province.

Young people more affected, and less vaccinated

The speed of propagation of this new wave suggests a strong contagiousness of the Omicron, as already suggested by the profile of certain mutations. Is it all the more dangerous? Several general practitioners in the Gauteng region pointed out that it only appeared to cause mild symptoms. Doctor Unben Pillay thus evokes a dry cough, fever, night sweats, “In line with this [qu?ils ont ] seen in previous waves ?. Most “It is still very early”, he said, to draw conclusions.

At this stage, nearly 60% of patients with Covid-19 admitted to hospital do not have severe symptoms

If he confirms that no worrying sign has been observed for the moment, Doctor Abdool Karim qualifies the observations of certain doctors who assure that the new variant would rather affect young people: ?Young people are less vaccinated, it is obvious that they represent more cases, but we do not have a reliable clinical picture at this stage. “ South African epidemiological data confirms that the majority of contaminations currently concern those under 25, who are more likely to congregate, particularly at the end of the school and university year when there are more festivals in southern Africa.

The rise in contamination was thus first observed among students from the municipality of Tshwane, which includes the South African capital Pretoria, before spreading to the youngest, then to the older population groups, the latter. days. As a logical consequence, very few elderly people are hospitalized at this stage, and nearly 60% of patients with Covid-19 admitted to hospital do not have severe symptoms. The proportion of severe cases, lower than that observed in previous waves, can also be explained by the progression of vaccination in South Africa.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Omicron variant: part of the world folds down to slow its spread

If the profile of certain mutations already present for other variants suggests that the virus could partly escape the antibodies resulting from a first infection or vaccination, Professor Abdool Karim believes that the probable scenario is “That vaccines should continue to prevent severe forms of the disease”. It will take a month, he adds, before knowing precisely the ability of vaccines to protect against infections and severe forms of Covid-19. In Tshwane, for the moment, nearly 90% of patients admitted to hospital are not vaccinated.

Different circumstances in Europe

Should we expect to see the number of contaminations explode in Europe in the same way as in South Africa? “The Omicron appeared in South Africa at a time when the circulation of the Delta was very calm, and the last epidemic wave quite distant – hence a sharp decline in natural immunity in people who had been infected”, says Arnaud Fontanet, member of the French scientific council and head of the epidemiology of emerging diseases laboratory at the Institut Pasteur, in Paris, during a press conference on Monday.

“The circumstances of the emergence and circulation of the Omicron virus in South Africa are therefore not the same as what they could be in Europe, which is facing a wave of [du] Very important delta ?, adds the expert, who also points out that South Africa’s vaccination coverage is relatively low – 35% of the adult population is vaccinated. In this context, it will only be possible in the coming weeks to determine the outcome of the competition between the two variants, explains Dr Fontanet.

The epidemiologist from the Institut Pasteur also congratulated South Africa for the speed with which the country made public the identification of the variant. “He should not be ‘punished’ for being so transparent”, he underlines, worried, like others, of the risk of seeing certain nations keep their discoveries to themselves in the future, in view of the economic sanctions currently hitting South Africa.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Omicron variant: South Africa considers itself ?unfairly discriminated against?

Similarly praised by US Secretary of Health Xavier Becerra, Mr. Phaahla curtly greeted this praise crowned with retribution. “Tell your president that travel bans are not helping us and that they contradict the idea that the US government supports the approach we have taken”, assures to have answered Mr. Phaahla to his counterpart.

Faced with the Omicron variant, the Merck laboratory confident in its antiviral

The Merck group estimated, Monday, November 29, that its antiviral, Molnupiravir, “Will probably be active against the Omicron variant”. To justify this confidence, the pharmaceutical group does not rely on specific studies, still in the pipeline, but on the mode of action of its pill, which attacks the basic building blocks of the virus genome. It also highlights the effectiveness encountered against three other variants, Gamma, Delta and Mu. However, this efficiency, precisely, has been revised downwards.

The pharmacy giant announced Friday, November 26, that the final results of its trial concluded at an effectiveness of 30% and not 48%, as initially announced, based on preliminary data. This information should weigh in the process currently underway at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Experts from the American health agency had recommended, last week, an approval of Merck’s treatment intended to prevent serious forms of Covid-19. But the real review will be held on Tuesday, before the committee of independent experts tasked with informing the direction of the FDA. And with the new numbers.

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Guest of BFMTV this Tuesday, November 30, Pierre Ménès’ lawyer was particularly aggressive with journalists. The tone rose quickly.

The exchange was very muscular. This Tuesday, November 30, Pierre Ménès’ lawyer was invited to BFMTV to respond to the opening of an open sexual assault investigation against his client. According to The Parisian, the facts would have occurred on November 20 at the Parc des Princes in the context of the PSG-Nantes match. Present in the gallery, Pierre Ménès would have touched the chest of a receptionist, who would have been reported this gesture to the police without filing a complaint. The Paris prosecutor’s office has decided to open a preliminary investigation into the count of sexual assault. On BFMTV, Arash Derambarsh was very aggressive towards journalists, and in particular one of them who had just exposed the facts. “I want to rectify some bad information that Cécile Olliver (head of the police-justice department of BFMTV, editor’s note) gave on the air”, began the lawyer of Pierre Ménès.

On the antenna of BFMTV, he then listed the comments that caused him problems. And in particular the fact that the journalist reported that Pierre Ménès had been pushed towards the exit by Canal + after the broadcast of the report I am not a slut. ?The first is that my client was not pushed towards the exit by Canal +, there was a transactional memorandum of understanding. There was therefore no serious and serious fault. on an agreement that Pierre Ménès left Canal + “, began Arash Derambarsh before the reporters on set picked it up and the tone rose. “If you want to cut me off … I want to finish first and then you speak. It’s politeness, courtesy, he added, in a hubbub. Second point: there were zero complaints, zero opening of judicial information. My client has never been the subject of any infringement. (…) I’m not allowing you to say on the air that there was a beam of clue or whatever. ”

Pierre Ménès’ lawyer: “There was absolutely no incident from near or far”

He then returned to the Parc des Princes affair. “My client was accompanied by three people who have not left him. I have certificates that I have included in a complaint that I filed today with the Paris judicial court. (…) The prosecution self-seized. (…) There is no material element that leads to this self-referral. I look forward to seeing my client’s auditions because behind we will retaliate, assured the lawyer, before getting annoyed again after a question from a journalist on set. Removed against the attitude of the journalist’s advice, he engaged: “Suffer that we ask you questions, we are in an interview. We hear the version which is that of your client, I am simply asking you a question”. Calm, Arash Derambarsh concluded by assuring that during this match, “there was absolutely no incident near or far.”

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Guest of BFMTV this Tuesday, November 30, Pierre Ménès’ lawyer was particularly aggressive with journalists. The tone rose quickly.

The exchange was very muscular. This Tuesday, November 30, Pierre Ménès’ lawyer was invited to BFMTV to respond to the opening of an open sexual assault investigation against his client. According to The Parisian, the facts would have occurred on November 20 at the Parc des Princes in the context of the PSG-Nantes match. Present in the gallery, Pierre Ménès would have touched the chest of a receptionist, who would have been reported this gesture to the police without filing a complaint. The Paris prosecutor’s office has decided to open a preliminary investigation into the count of sexual assault. On BFMTV, Arash Derambarsh was very aggressive towards journalists, and in particular one of them who had just exposed the facts. “I want to rectify some bad information that Cécile Olliver (head of the police-justice department of BFMTV, editor’s note) gave on the air”, began the lawyer of Pierre Ménès.

On the antenna of BFMTV, he then listed the comments that caused him problems. And in particular the fact that the journalist reported that Pierre Ménès had been pushed towards the exit by Canal + after the broadcast of the report I am not a slut. ?The first is that my client was not pushed towards the exit by Canal +, there was a transactional memorandum of understanding. There was therefore no serious and serious fault. on an agreement that Pierre Ménès left Canal + “, began Arash Derambarsh before the reporters on set picked it up and the tone rose. “If you want to cut me off … I want to finish first and then you speak. It’s politeness, courtesy, he added, in a hubbub. Second point: there were zero complaints, zero opening of judicial information. My client has never been the subject of any infringement. (…) I’m not allowing you to say on the air that there was a beam of clue or whatever. ”

Pierre Ménès’ lawyer: “There was absolutely no incident from near or far”

He then returned to the Parc des Princes affair. “My client was accompanied by three people who have not left him. I have certificates that I have included in a complaint that I filed today with the Paris judicial court. (…) The prosecution self-seized. (…) There is no material element that leads to this self-referral. I look forward to seeing my client’s auditions because behind we will retaliate, assured the lawyer, before getting annoyed again after a question from a journalist on set. Removed against the attitude of the journalist’s advice, he engaged: “Suffer that we ask you questions, we are in an interview. We hear the version which is that of your client, I am simply asking you a question”. Calm, Arash Derambarsh concluded by assuring that during this match, “there was absolutely no incident near or far.”

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Between a feverish allegory on present-day Russia, a portrait of a woman in Franco’s Spain, a world tour of endangered species and a delightfully eccentric vaudeville, the film week offers a great diversity of choices to film lovers.

“Petrov’s Fever”: Russia through the prism of a burning conscience

Petrov is a young cartoonist, divorced and the father of a little boy, whom the film accompanies for a single day. Suffering from a rifle flu, a dry cough, his features drawn, he lets his friend Igor take him aboard a hearse, then into a drunken night. Meanwhile, his ex-librarian wife, Petrova, is overcome by murderous urges. Besides, is she quite certain that she did not commit this bloody crime that we are talking about on television? In the morning, Petrov comes to her house to pick up her son to take him to the children’s Christmas costume. It was then that memories of his own childhood resurface in the late 1970s, in a world that was still Soviet.

Adapted from a contemporary author, Alexeï Salnikov, the third feature film by Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov joins this family of delirious works, springing from an overheated brain and told, through an individual and collective stagnation, from the point of view of fever. Mathieu macheret

Film russe et français de Kirill Serebrennikov. Avec Semyon Serzin, Chulpan Khamatova, Yuliya Peresild, Yuri Kolokolnikov (2 h 26).

“Madres Paralelas”: Almodovar challenged by Francoism

In Broken embraces (2009), we could glimpse, captured in close-up, the script of a feature film entitled Parallel Mothers. Later, it is a poster of the same film that we see enthroned at the entrance to the office of the hero, a famous screenwriter. Parallel Mothers, or the name of a ghost film, which we thought was invented for the needs of the fiction and which, today, is released on the screens.

We know Almodovar adept at the small autobiographical pebbles scattered throughout the work, and these occurrences of a future project, appearing in the middle ofBroken embraces, perhaps had the value of an intimate reminder: that one day he, the greatest living Spanish filmmaker, set about making this scenario and finally evokes the Francoist past of his country. Work of death and work of birth therefore respond to one another around Janis, the heroine of this film, a young pregnant photographer whose great-grandfather will soon be exhumed from a mass grave. An image that could express the ethics of the filmmaker, his idea of ??beauty too: for each image of death, we must create, in parallel, an image for life. Murielle Joudet

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Between a feverish allegory on present-day Russia, a portrait of a woman in Franco’s Spain, a world tour of endangered species and a delightfully eccentric vaudeville, the film week offers a great diversity of choices to film lovers.

“Petrov’s Fever”: Russia through the prism of a burning conscience

Petrov is a young cartoonist, divorced and the father of a little boy, whom the film accompanies for a single day. Suffering from a rifle flu, a dry cough, his features drawn, he lets his friend Igor take him aboard a hearse, then into a drunken night. Meanwhile, his ex-librarian wife, Petrova, is overcome by murderous urges. Besides, is she quite certain that she did not commit this bloody crime that we are talking about on television? In the morning, Petrov comes to her house to pick up her son to take him to the children’s Christmas costume. It was then that memories of his own childhood resurface in the late 1970s, in a world that was still Soviet.

Adapted from a contemporary author, Alexeï Salnikov, the third feature film by Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov joins this family of delirious works, springing from an overheated brain and told, through an individual and collective stagnation, from the point of view of fever. Mathieu macheret

Film russe et français de Kirill Serebrennikov. Avec Semyon Serzin, Chulpan Khamatova, Yuliya Peresild, Yuri Kolokolnikov (2 h 26).

“Madres Paralelas”: Almodovar challenged by Francoism

In Broken embraces (2009), we could glimpse, captured in close-up, the script of a feature film entitled Parallel Mothers. Later, it is a poster of the same film that we see enthroned at the entrance to the office of the hero, a famous screenwriter. Parallel Mothers, or the name of a ghost film, which we thought was invented for the needs of the fiction and which, today, is released on the screens.

We know Almodovar adept at the small autobiographical pebbles scattered throughout the work, and these occurrences of a future project, appearing in the middle ofBroken embraces, perhaps had the value of an intimate reminder: that one day he, the greatest living Spanish filmmaker, set about making this scenario and finally evokes the Francoist past of his country. Work of death and work of birth therefore respond to one another around Janis, the heroine of this film, a young pregnant photographer whose great-grandfather will soon be exhumed from a mass grave. An image that could express the ethics of the filmmaker, his idea of ??beauty too: for each image of death, we must create, in parallel, an image for life. Murielle Joudet

You have 70.73% of this article left to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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Hays Finance & Comptabilité, a specialist recruitment firm for Finance and Accountancy Departments and ECE (Institute for Graduates of Expertise Accountancy in Business) has just published a new study ?The DNA of the Chartered Accountant in Business?.

Organizations are constantly facing new changes. Within their departments, the number professionals support them by developing new skills. When we approach this subject, initial training is at the heart of the debates. Hays has been working for 20 years in France in the recruitment market for Chartered Accountants and Auditing firms, and we wanted to highlight, with ECE, the Diplôme d’Expertise Comptable (DEC). This final diploma of the Chartered Accountant course is also held by many professionals working in companies.

With the recognition of the Chartered Accountant in business by the PACTE law, registration on the Roll of the Order of Chartered Accountants has been possible since 2020, which gives these professionals a little more visibility. From now on, any Chartered Accountant graduate, employee of an entity not registered with the Order and who has an authorization from his employer, can apply to be registered with the Order as a Business Chartered Accountant. This registration allows, more generally to the employee in a company, to benefit from a recognition of his Diploma of Chartered Accountancy, from a rapprochement with liberal professionals, to access the various products and services offered by the Order. , in order to update their knowledge and develop their expertise.

This study was carried out from a web survey sent to a base of 1,200 business graduates between the 1is March and May 30, 2021. The results relate to the year 2020 and concern only Chartered Accountant graduates not working in a firm at the date of the survey.

More women from the age of 40

While 58% of respondents are men, women outnumber them from the age of 40. In fact, from this age group, 60% of women with Chartered Accountancy degrees work in companies.

In addition, one in two business graduates is part of a management body. Reporting to the General Management (46%) or to the Finance Department (31%), the Company Accountant is well positioned to play his role of co-pilot of the General Management.

Tenacious and honest experts

The expertise curriculum requires three years of professional practice. Almost two thirds of Chartered Accountants in business have more than six years of experience in a firm? and they are almost as many (62%) to be ready to return! It is the sign of the capacity of adaptation and the faculty of the graduate to seize the opportunities and to reorient themselves. Thanks to the recognized qualities of DEC graduates, namely expertise (79%), tenacity (63%) and integrity (76%), business graduates benefit from the trust capital of the Chartered Accountant. In business, the Chartered Accountant knows how to combine the range of various intelligences, not only practical and analytical but also emotional and social.

What remuneration?

The average remuneration of the Chartered Accountant in a company in 2020-2021 is 113 K ? per year (gross annual gross salary, including variable). 4 out of 5 chartered accountants have a variable portion.

Chartered Accountants in business are fully legitimate in their professional environment. This recognition stems in particular from their eight years of studies, which gives them very solid confidence in the exercise of their profession. The technical dimension contributes to supporting their legitimacy: their advice on accounting, tax, legal and more broadly business matters is often followed to the letter by managers.

Article co-authored by Eric Freudenreich, President ECE (institute of graduates of accountancy)

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Hays Finance & Comptabilité, a specialist recruitment firm for Finance and Accountancy Departments and ECE (Institute for Graduates of Expertise Accountancy in Business) has just published a new study ?The DNA of the Chartered Accountant in Business?.

Organizations are constantly facing new changes. Within their departments, the number professionals support them by developing new skills. When we approach this subject, initial training is at the heart of the debates. Hays has been working for 20 years in France in the recruitment market for Chartered Accountants and Auditing firms, and we wanted to highlight, with ECE, the Diplôme d’Expertise Comptable (DEC). This final diploma of the Chartered Accountant course is also held by many professionals working in companies.

With the recognition of the Chartered Accountant in business by the PACTE law, registration on the Roll of the Order of Chartered Accountants has been possible since 2020, which gives these professionals a little more visibility. From now on, any Chartered Accountant graduate, employee of an entity not registered with the Order and who has an authorization from his employer, can apply to be registered with the Order as a Business Chartered Accountant. This registration allows, more generally to the employee in a company, to benefit from a recognition of his Diploma of Chartered Accountancy, from a rapprochement with liberal professionals, to access the various products and services offered by the Order. , in order to update their knowledge and develop their expertise.

This study was carried out from a web survey sent to a base of 1,200 business graduates between the 1is March and May 30, 2021. The results relate to the year 2020 and concern only Chartered Accountant graduates not working in a firm at the date of the survey.

More women from the age of 40

While 58% of respondents are men, women outnumber them from the age of 40. In fact, from this age group, 60% of women with Chartered Accountancy degrees work in companies.

In addition, one in two business graduates is part of a management body. Reporting to the General Management (46%) or to the Finance Department (31%), the Company Accountant is well positioned to play his role of co-pilot of the General Management.

Tenacious and honest experts

The expertise curriculum requires three years of professional practice. Almost two thirds of Chartered Accountants in business have more than six years of experience in a firm? and they are almost as many (62%) to be ready to return! It is the sign of the capacity of adaptation and the faculty of the graduate to seize the opportunities and to reorient themselves. Thanks to the recognized qualities of DEC graduates, namely expertise (79%), tenacity (63%) and integrity (76%), business graduates benefit from the trust capital of the Chartered Accountant. In business, the Chartered Accountant knows how to combine the range of various intelligences, not only practical and analytical but also emotional and social.

What remuneration?

The average remuneration of the Chartered Accountant in a company in 2020-2021 is 113 K ? per year (gross annual gross salary, including variable). 4 out of 5 chartered accountants have a variable portion.

Chartered Accountants in business are fully legitimate in their professional environment. This recognition stems in particular from their eight years of studies, which gives them very solid confidence in the exercise of their profession. The technical dimension contributes to supporting their legitimacy: their advice on accounting, tax, legal and more broadly business matters is often followed to the letter by managers.

Article co-authored by Eric Freudenreich, President ECE (institute of graduates of accountancy)

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For the match against FC Nantes scheduled for Wednesday evening, the OM coach, Jorge Sampaoli, decided to revolutionize his starting XI.

OM: Jorge Sampaoli foresees a big turnover against Nantes

After its elimination in the Europa League, Olympique de Marseille was able to raise its head this weekend by winning (1-0) against Troyes. This success at home allowed OM to return to 4th place in Ligue 1. But the Marseille club faces a dense and muscular schedule. Olympique de Marseille will travel this Wednesday evening (9 p.m.) to La Beaujoire to face FC Nantes, within the framework of the 16th day of Ligue 1. This is the third meeting of Olympique de Marseille in less than ‘one week.

And to pocket the three points against the Canaries, Jorge Sampaoli decided to make a lot of changes. Present at a press conference, the technician confirmed this choice, assuring that he intended to rotate his workforce against the FCN. ?We will have to continue to have turnover, it’s mandatory, there is fatigue in the team. We have to keep all the players involved, because in the sequence of matches that is coming up, we will really need everyone ?, he said.

Cenzig Ünder uncertain about the trip to Nantes

This tactical change announced by Jorge Sampaoli will obviously involve many changes in his starting XI. Yes Pau lopez should keep his place in the goal, the untouchables Matteo Guendouzi and William Saliba could be left to stand. Gerson, Caleta-Car or even Pol Lirola could also bear the brunt of this tactical revolution. Jorge Sampaoli could also compose without Cengiz Under. The Turkish international, hit in the back, is uncertain for the match against FC Nantes. ?You only have to see if Ünder is developing for the better. We’ll find out after training today. Otherwise all the rest of the workforce is available ?, added the Argentinian technician. Will this rotation announced by Jorge Sampaoli bear fruit?

OM’s probable line-up against FC Nantes:

Guardian : P. Lopez

Defenders : V. Rongier, A. Gonzalez, L. Balerdi, L. Peres

Midfielders : P. Gueye, B. Kamara, Gerson, K. de la Fuente

Forwards : D. Payet, A. Harit

) [summary] => For the match against FC Nantes scheduled for Wednesday evening, the OM coach, Jorge Sampaoli,... [atom_content] =>

For the match against FC Nantes scheduled for Wednesday evening, the OM coach, Jorge Sampaoli, decided to revolutionize his starting XI.

OM: Jorge Sampaoli foresees a big turnover against Nantes

After its elimination in the Europa League, Olympique de Marseille was able to raise its head this weekend by winning (1-0) against Troyes. This success at home allowed OM to return to 4th place in Ligue 1. But the Marseille club faces a dense and muscular schedule. Olympique de Marseille will travel this Wednesday evening (9 p.m.) to La Beaujoire to face FC Nantes, within the framework of the 16th day of Ligue 1. This is the third meeting of Olympique de Marseille in less than ‘one week.

And to pocket the three points against the Canaries, Jorge Sampaoli decided to make a lot of changes. Present at a press conference, the technician confirmed this choice, assuring that he intended to rotate his workforce against the FCN. ?We will have to continue to have turnover, it’s mandatory, there is fatigue in the team. We have to keep all the players involved, because in the sequence of matches that is coming up, we will really need everyone ?, he said.

Cenzig Ünder uncertain about the trip to Nantes

This tactical change announced by Jorge Sampaoli will obviously involve many changes in his starting XI. Yes Pau lopez should keep his place in the goal, the untouchables Matteo Guendouzi and William Saliba could be left to stand. Gerson, Caleta-Car or even Pol Lirola could also bear the brunt of this tactical revolution. Jorge Sampaoli could also compose without Cengiz Under. The Turkish international, hit in the back, is uncertain for the match against FC Nantes. ?You only have to see if Ünder is developing for the better. We’ll find out after training today. Otherwise all the rest of the workforce is available ?, added the Argentinian technician. Will this rotation announced by Jorge Sampaoli bear fruit?

OM’s probable line-up against FC Nantes:

Guardian : P. Lopez

Defenders : V. Rongier, A. Gonzalez, L. Balerdi, L. Peres

Midfielders : P. Gueye, B. Kamara, Gerson, K. de la Fuente

Forwards : D. Payet, A. Harit

[date_timestamp] => 1638314771 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Inflation in the euro zone at its highest for thirty years [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/inflation-in-the-euro-zone-at-its-highest-for-thirty-years/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Tue, 30 Nov 2021 23:10:51 +0000 [category] => NewsEurohighestinflationyearsZone [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/inflation-in-the-euro-zone-at-its-highest-for-thirty-years/ [description] => The headquarters of the European Central Bank, in Frankfurt, in 2016. KAI PFAFFENBACH / REUTERS... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

?The inflation figures for November are out and we hope that this time around it will really be the peak. “ Frederik Ducrozet, strategist at asset manager Pictet, sums up the general feeling that dominated after the publication, Tuesday, November 30, of the price index in the euro zone: at + 4.9% in November, it is at its highest high level for thirty years.

Month after month, economists and central bankers believe the phenomenon is temporary. Month after month, they are denied. Some countries are particularly affected: 6% in Germany; 7.1% in Belgium; 8.4% in Estonia and 9.3% in Lithuania? France remains relatively untouched for the moment, with a price index up by 3.4%. “Many elements indicate that inflation is less temporary than what was initially thought”, recognizes Eric Dor, the director of economic studies at Ieseg, a business school.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Inflation hits Central Europe hard

Only a year ago, in November 2020, in the midst of a pandemic, the euro zone was in disinflation, with a price index down 0.3% over one year. In June, while the vaccination campaigns allowed the reopening of economies, it rose to 1.9%; then 3.4% in September, 4.1% in October and today 4.9%. Knowing that the European Central Bank (ECB) is officially targeting 2% inflation, is it time to panic?

Violent correction

Certainly not, answer in chorus the economists and the ECB, who stress that the phenomenon is – at least in part – temporary. They have some solid arguments for them. The main thing is that the price shock comes above all from the surge in the cost of energy (+ 27% over one year in the euro zone). The surge in oil and gas unsurprisingly turned into higher gasoline prices at the pump and higher electricity bills. Excluding energy, inflation in the euro zone is 2.5%.

However, the price of oil may have peaked. The discovery of the Omicron variant has created a violent correction in recent days, with a barrel dropping 20% ??since mid-October. ?More than half of the price increase in France is linked to that of energy, it’s huge, notes Mathieu Plane, economist at the French Observatory of Economic Conjunctures. The turnaround in commodity and oil prices could mean that we will reach the peak of inflation a little faster than expected. “

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Return of inflation worries Europeans, who are struggling to find a coordinated response

Other statistical phenomena explain the severity of inflation. Germany had lowered its VAT from 19% to 16% at the start of the pandemic, before returning it to its previous level in January 2021. By itself, the phenomenon counts for one point of inflation in Germany, calculates Yannick Kalantzis , from the Banque de France: “Mechanically, this effect will disappear at 1is January 2022 », he specifies.

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?The inflation figures for November are out and we hope that this time around it will really be the peak. “ Frederik Ducrozet, strategist at asset manager Pictet, sums up the general feeling that dominated after the publication, Tuesday, November 30, of the price index in the euro zone: at + 4.9% in November, it is at its highest high level for thirty years.

Month after month, economists and central bankers believe the phenomenon is temporary. Month after month, they are denied. Some countries are particularly affected: 6% in Germany; 7.1% in Belgium; 8.4% in Estonia and 9.3% in Lithuania? France remains relatively untouched for the moment, with a price index up by 3.4%. “Many elements indicate that inflation is less temporary than what was initially thought”, recognizes Eric Dor, the director of economic studies at Ieseg, a business school.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Inflation hits Central Europe hard

Only a year ago, in November 2020, in the midst of a pandemic, the euro zone was in disinflation, with a price index down 0.3% over one year. In June, while the vaccination campaigns allowed the reopening of economies, it rose to 1.9%; then 3.4% in September, 4.1% in October and today 4.9%. Knowing that the European Central Bank (ECB) is officially targeting 2% inflation, is it time to panic?

Violent correction

Certainly not, answer in chorus the economists and the ECB, who stress that the phenomenon is – at least in part – temporary. They have some solid arguments for them. The main thing is that the price shock comes above all from the surge in the cost of energy (+ 27% over one year in the euro zone). The surge in oil and gas unsurprisingly turned into higher gasoline prices at the pump and higher electricity bills. Excluding energy, inflation in the euro zone is 2.5%.

However, the price of oil may have peaked. The discovery of the Omicron variant has created a violent correction in recent days, with a barrel dropping 20% ??since mid-October. ?More than half of the price increase in France is linked to that of energy, it’s huge, notes Mathieu Plane, economist at the French Observatory of Economic Conjunctures. The turnaround in commodity and oil prices could mean that we will reach the peak of inflation a little faster than expected. “

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Return of inflation worries Europeans, who are struggling to find a coordinated response

Other statistical phenomena explain the severity of inflation. Germany had lowered its VAT from 19% to 16% at the start of the pandemic, before returning it to its previous level in January 2021. By itself, the phenomenon counts for one point of inflation in Germany, calculates Yannick Kalantzis , from the Banque de France: “Mechanically, this effect will disappear at 1is January 2022 », he specifies.

You have 43.16% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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