|[Ticker] Luxembourg gave illegal state aid to energy firm|
Added: 20.06.2018 10:56 | 7 views | 0 comments
The European Commission on Wednesday ordered Luxembourg to recover €120m from the Engie group, after finding the country broke state aid rules by allowing French energy company to effectively pay no tax by treating some transactions as both debt and equity. Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said "Engie paid an effective corporate tax rate of 0.3% on certain profits in Luxembourg for about a decade. This selective tax treatment is illegal."
|[Ticker] Commission needs time to assess German Dieselgate fine|
Added: 19.06.2018 9:55 | 10 views | 0 comments
The European Commission's infringement procedures against EU states that - according to the commission - are failing to uphold car emissions legislation, remains ongoing for now. A spokeswoman told EUobserver that the commission needed time to assess Germany's against Volkswagen, handed out last week. Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, and the UK have until 17 July to respond to 'letters of formal notice' related to Dieselgate.
|“It is critical to take into account the complete change in consumer habits over the past few years,” Jean François Harpes, IL Cosmetics|
Added: 18.06.2018 21:34 | 29 views | 0 comments
Premium Beauty News sat down with Jean François Harpes, President at IL Cosmetics, the Luxembourgish group specialized in the manufacture of nail polish and makeup products, to discuss how leveraging consumer insights and market analysis informs the company's strategy and product development. A consumer insight and market analysis approach It's no secret that the nail polish sector has been experiencing a global decline over the past four years. In such a context, leveraging consumer insight (...)
|Senegal call up Mbengue with Ciss ruled out|
Added: 17.06.2018 18:47 | 2 views | 0 comments
An ankle injury has ended Senegal defender Saliou Ciss' hopes of playing at the World Cup and Caen full-back Adama Mbengue has replaced him. Ciss sustained the injury in Senegal's 0-0 draw against Luxembourg on May 31 and failed to recover in time to be in contention for their World Cup Group H opener against ...]
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