Three sites on four Fiat could be threatened with closure in Italy

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In 2012, the group is expected to produce 450,000 cars in Italy up - here, the logo of Fiat .
In 2012, the group is expected to produce 450,000 cars in Italy up – here, the Fiat logo. | AFP / GEOFF ROBINS

In 2012, the group is expected to produce 450,000 cars in Italy up, against 650,000 in 2009. “Very far from the goal of 1.4 million units initially referred to by 2014” , recall Les Echos Monday. “A site in four is threatened” , said Monday, July 16 Sergio Marchionne. According La Repubblica , vehicles “could emerge quietly from a single site, making the other three superfluous” .


Thousands of civil servants appear spontaneously in Madrid

The with AFP | 16/07/2012 at 7:12 • Updated 07/16/2012 at 7:17             

The Nazi criminal Laszlo Csatary found in Budapest, according to the Wiesenthal Center

The with AFP | 07/15/2012 at 7:56 p.m. • Updated 15/07/2012 at 20:10                                                                       Article the British tabloid “The Sun”, Sunday, July 15. | The Sun most wanted Nazi criminal in the world, Laszlo Csatary, 97 years old and accused of complicity in the deaths of 15,700 Jews during World War II, was found … Continue reading

The bull runs of San Fermin in Pamplona are 38 wounded

The | 07/14/2012 at 11:27                                                                       A final release of bull closed the festival of San Fermin in Pamplona, ​​Spain, July 14. | AP / Alvaro Barrientos Every year, traditional festivals of San Fermin in Pamplona lot of them are maimed and horned. Thirty-eight people were injured during the 2012 vintage, which ended Saturday, … Continue reading

A private Syrian football team from a tournament in Sweden due to lack of visa

The with AFP | 07/13/2012 at 8:41 p.m. • Updated 13/07/2012 at 8:41 p.m.              A photo posted on Flickr, with the Gothia Cup tournaments in 2009. | Flickr / members of a football team Kameshli City, in north-eastern Syria, were denied visas to attend a youth football tournament in Gothenburg, Sweden, confirmed … Continue reading

“The challenge for Putin is to succeed in taming the Web”

event May 1 in Russia. | AFP / ANDREI SMIRNOV Russian parliamentarians have priorities. In recent weeks, they are engaged in a frantic race to the legislative adoption of repressive laws. last bill passed by the lower house of Russian parliament: one to impose strict controls on the “foreign agents” such as NGOs are now … Continue reading

London in the starting blocks to a week of the Games

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Madrid created a fund to help regions

The with AFP | 07/13/2012 at 17:59 • Updated 13/07/2012 at 18h03              The Spanish government has imposed on regions reduce their deficits to 1.5% in 2012 against 2.94% in 2011. | AFP / DOMINIQUE FAGET But regions in return must make extraordinary efforts, said the government spokesman, Soraya Saenz de Santamaria. “They have … Continue reading

Holland took the Constitutional Treaty European fiscal

The with AFP | 07/13/2012 at 17:01 • Updated 13/07/2012 at 17:15              Francois Hollande out of the Elysee Palace, Wednesday, July 11. | AFP / MARTIN BUREAU “Treaty on the stability, coordination and governance in the economic and monetary union” , signed on March 2, aims to strengthen fiscal discipline in the euro … Continue reading

Belgium: classical music to chase the young of a park

The | 07/13/2012 at 16:23 By Jean-Pierre Stroobants (Brussels correspondent)                                                                       burgomaster (mayor) of the city, the Christian Democrat Stefaan De Clerck, former minister of justice, decided to leave the great organ by many speakers hanging in trees and walls of the park. Starting next week, they will broadcast the classic. The programming content … Continue reading

Athens prepares 11.5 million in savings to remain under the protection of the Troika

The with AFP | 07/13/2012 at 12:07 • Updated 13/07/2012 at 12:07                                                                       budget savings plan being developed must be submitted for approval Wednesday to the three member parties of the coalition government. | AFP / ANDREAS SOLARO CFOs ministries gathered Friday to detail the program of fiscal measures, claimed by creditors of the … Continue reading

Riots in Belfast during a parade Protestant

The | 07/13/2012 at 11:51                                                                                              Young Catholics clashed Thursday police in Belfast after a parade “Orange” about fifteen Protestants. Bricks and billiard ball were thrown at the riot police who responded with water cannon. One protester also precipitated a car against a line of armored jeeps while another burned vehicle.                                All videos                                           

The West Nile virus appeared in the Athens suburb

The with AFP | 07/13/2012 at 11:14                                                                       In total, the virus, transmitted by infected mosquitoes, has infected since 7 July 3 sixties, a forty and a young man of 18, residing at Piraeus, the port of Athens to Phaleron and Hellenikon. The first two were treated successfully, the three new cases were hospitalized … Continue reading

Moody’s degrades the two-notch rating of Italy

The with AFP and Reuters | 13.07 .2012 to 7:44 • Updated 07/13/2012 at 8:01              “Italy is more likely to experience a sharp rise in financing costs or lose access to capital markets (…) because of the confidence of increasingly fragile market and the risk of contagion surf camp agadir from Greece and … Continue reading

Spain: an aid package estimated at 45 billion euros in mid-November

The with AFP | 07/12/2012 to 21:19 • Updated 07/12/2012 to 21:19                                                                       “Based on current estimates, the second payout could amount to EUR 45 billion and disbursements following each 15 billion euros” , and says the EFSF in this document, dated July 9. This second tranche of aid to the Spanish banking sector … Continue reading