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European Business News / EuropeanBiz – Latest European Economic News After Coronavirus Impact…

Europe’s economy was meant to have a decent year in 2020. Factory production in the 19-country eurozone rose strongly in January, after a tentative truce in the US-China trade war. Consumer confidence was strong. Housebuilders’ order books were full. The stage was set for a solid, albeit unspectacular year. The European economy would see “steady and moderate growth”, predicted the European commission’s economic forecast on 13 February. It also warned of clouds on the horizon, including a new virus. Noting mounting concern about coronavirus, as well as “downside” risks, the Brussels forecast concluded the outbreak would peak in the first three
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Sport News / Rugby News – France blow best Grand Slam chance in a decade…

There will be no Grand Slam. France’s best chance in a decade to pull that off was ruined at Murrayfield by a stellar Scottish performance, featuring a brace from Sean Maitland and a back-breaking red card for the France tighthead prop Mohamed Haouas for a punch at the end of the first half, from which the visitors never recovered.  The outcome also capped off a good weekend for England, who have now gone top of the Six Nationstable on points difference ahead of France with one round to go. As Haouas departed here, rightly sent off for a punch to the head of
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Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris

Citroen presents the first fully electric Made in Morocco car in Paris Rabat – French automaker Citroen unveiled its Made in Morocco mini electric car called AMI yesterday at the Paris Defense Arena, marking Citroen’s entry into the electric car arena. Built in the PSA factory in Kenitra, the mini-car without a license will be available for sale at €6,900. Rechargeable in 3 hours, the two-seater car can travel 70 kilometers at a maximum speed of 45 kilometers per hour. The car is the perfect choice for daily activities and aims to make city driving less stressful. Its small size
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Six Nations RESULTS: France see off Wales to keep Grand Slam hopes alive, Scotland cruise to victory against minnows Italy 🏉📰

Six Nations RESULTS: France see off Wales to keep Grand Slam hopes alive, Scotland cruise to victory against minnows Italy Shaun Edwards was given a Cardiff return to remember as France stayed on course for a Six Nations Grand Slam as they got the better of Wales with a 27-23 win. Former Wales defence coach Edwards, who is now performing the same role with France, looked on as his team ran in tries from full-back Anthony Bouthier, lock Paul Willemse and fly-half Romain Ntamack.France are looking more and more like Grand Slam winnersNtamack added three conversions and two penalties for
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Alun Wyn Jones caught in row over scrummaging with the French Coach 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇫🇷🏉📰

Tensions are high as Wales prepare to take on France in Cardiff on Saturday, and Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones has hit back at France's claims that Wales were disrespectful with their scrum "cheat" claims. France coach Fabien Galthie responded to Wales prop Wyn Jones' suggestion the visiting scrum will "cheat" when the sides meet in Cardiff this weekend, saying the comments demonstrate a lack of respect for the whole country. "It's a lack of respect for our scrum, a lack of respect for our team, a lack of respect for French rugby but also for our nation," he told
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