Because living together and shared pleasure remain the DNA of Le Pradet! LIVE TOGETHER “Because it is in the mayors’ DNA to take care of the families of their municipality, the municipal team, since 2020, has implemented major work in the crèche, which has made it possible to create additional places and above all to … Read more

The province is at the forefront of the country with the new laws of Social Economy and Microcredit

“These facts once again position the province in a vanguard place in the country in terms of public policies in the Social Economy. In addition, we are one of the few provinces that has its own regulations on microcredits. The update of the Social Economy law that was sanctioned 10 years ago, will allow reaching … Read more

Economy: At school or in business, volunteering pays for retired experts

Egee, a venerable association recognized as being of public utility, 100% voluntary and benevolent, with little media coverage, has displayed recognized efficiency for just 40 years. Accompanying students, job seekers or business creators to avoid pitfalls. It is particularly active in the region. Volunteering can pay off big. The formula, discreet, finds all its value … Read more

Entre Ríos at the forefront of the country with the new laws of Social Economy and Microcredit

The first days of December began to govern the new laws of the Social Economy and the Microcredit Regime, sanctioned last month by the Entre Ríos Legislature. Both norms allow us to continue strengthening the Social Economy strategies throughout the provincial territory. “These facts once again position the province in a vanguard place in the … Read more

Peruvian economy lost more than S/ 3,200 million in production due to social protests

Ica, Arequipa, Puno, Apurímac and Cusco are the most affected regions, while the agriculture, mining and industry sectors have suffered the greatest economic losses. During the week of social protests and road blockades, Peru registered an economic loss of S/ 3.2 billion in production, in the different regions of the country, reported the National Society … Read more

Manuel Méndez, dean of the College of Economists: “If there were more financial culture, the population would understand the economy”

Manuel Mendez de Castro is he new dean of the College of Economists of Malaga. In the last decade he has been part of the Governing Board of Juan Carlos Robles, the former dean of the institution. He is now in charge of the more than 2,200 Málaga collegiate and faces this new position with … Read more

The Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis, territory at the forefront of the knowledge economy » PACA’s economic and political newsletter

This Tuesday, December 6, on the stand of the EPA Nice Ecovallée and the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis, at SIMI, Xavier Rousselle, CEO of Isart Digital unveiled with Christian Estrosi, Mayor of Nice, President of the Nice Metropolis Côte d’Azur, the model of its future eco-campus. Firstly, at the start of the 2023 academic year, … Read more

COP 27. Too much economy not enough ecology, “School programs are not up to the challenges”

A group of professors of economics and social sciences is calling for the bifurcation of programs to put the ecological question back at the center of concerns. Interview with Amandine Oullion the representative of APSES in the Rhône and her students. The environmental question, according to a group of teachers, is the major absence from … Read more