The 5 business news to remember this Monday morning (thermal cars, North Korea, New Caledonia, Taiwan, Renault)

The 5 business news to remember this Monday morning (thermal cars, North Korea, New Caledonia, Taiwan, Renault)
The 5 business news to remember this Monday morning (thermal cars, North Korea, New Caledonia, Taiwan, Renault)

Can the ban on the sale of thermal cars in 2035 be postponed?

EUROPEAN SPECIAL – Several candidates in the European elections want to reconsider the ban on the sale of thermal vehicles in 2035. A review clause to make an initial assessment will take place in 2026. But it is unlikely that this decision will be postponed, as many astronomical investments at stake in the automotive industry.

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South Korea, China and Japan agree on North Korea’s denuclearization at tripartite summit

The leaders of South Korea, China and Japan met in Seoul on Monday for their first trilateral summit in nearly five years, hours after Pyongyang announced plans to launch a new spy satellite. Seoul, Tokyo, Beijing estimated and formalized in a press release that the denuclearization of North Korea and the maintenance of stability on the Korean peninsula is their responsibility. ” common interest “.

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New Caledonia: tensions fall, state of emergency will be lifted on Tuesday

The state of emergency will be lifted on Tuesday morning in New Caledonia, the Elysée announced, tensions gradually falling after two weeks of riots in Nouméa and its surroundings even if the situation remains difficult in several neighborhoods.

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Pressure around Taiwan: President Lai Ching-te wants to work towards “reconciliation” with China

On Sunday, Taiwanese President Lai Ching-te said he was ready to work with China to achieve a ” mutual understanding “ and to the “reconciliation”two days after the end of Chinese military maneuvers around Taiwan.

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Car leasing: Renault plans to join forces with the Spanish bank Santander

Renault is about to join forces with the Spanish bank Santander in automobile leasing, via its financing branch Mobilize Financial Services, according to information from Echoes. Enough to allow the manufacturer to gain importance in a sector that is booming on a European scale.

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