Bruno Le Maire threatens search engines that do not dereference the Wish platform
The Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire threatened with legal action Monday, November 29 the search engines which would not apply the de-listing instruction requested by the French fraud repression services (DGCCRF) due to the presence of non-product. compliant and unsafe on the Wish online sales platform. Out of 140 products, 90% of electrical appliances, 62% of jewelry and 45% of toys analyzed were considered dangerous.
35% of rental ads in Paris exceed the legal ceiling provided for by the Elan law of 2018
This is shown by a study by the City of Paris and the Abbé-Pierre Foundation made public on Monday, November 19. This particularly concerns the richest arrondissements (1is, 7e, 9e, 16e). The study specifies that these announcements “Are not necessarily illegal”, because of their particular characteristics. The mayor of Paris therefore pleads for a “Precise overrun exception logic via a precise list of characteristics”. on la-croix.com A detailed article
Inflation of over 5% in Germany and Spain
Inflation accelerated again in Germany and Spain in November, reaching 6% and 5.6% respectively over one year, its highest level since 1992. These rates far exceed the target of the European Central Bank ( ECB) of 2% inflation in the euro zone. The ECB stresses, however, that they are largely due to the exceptional circumstances created by the pandemic (shortages, rise in energy prices) and should fade in the course of 2022.