Roundup: an amicable agreement of around 10 billion dollars signed in the United States

Roundup: an amicable agreement of around 10 billion dollars signed in the United States

Bayer is expected to pay $ 10 billion to end the lawsuits of more than 100,000 Americans over the carcinogenic effects of the herbicide Roundup. Bayer said on Wednesday it will pay between $ 10.1 billion and $ 10.9 billion to end procedures launched by nearly 100,000 Americans who have suffered from cancer they blame exposure to Roundup, a herbicide to glyphosate base produced by Monsanto. The German group is working to end legal proceedings…

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Nuclear deal: the great powers present their copy to Iran

Nuclear deal: the great powers present their copy to Iran

The Europeans, Russia and China, in a hurry to make concrete proposals to guarantee the survival of the nuclear agreement, are at the foot of the wall Friday in Vienna. For Iranian officials, who have laid down their conditions to maintain the pact, the measures proposed by the Europeans are not satisfactory. The pressure is great on the foreign ministers of the five powers remaining party to the Iranian nuclear agreement (Germany, China, France, United…

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EU / Mercosur agreement: France opposes the project due to deforestation

EU / Mercosur agreement: France opposes the project due to deforestation

France has renewed its opposition to the European Union’s agreement with the Mercosur countries, to assert new environmental requirements. France renewed its opposition to the trade agreement between the European Union and the Mercosur countries in its current form on Friday, but intends to take up the project to assert new environmental requirements, particularly in terms of deforestation. “Deforestation threatens biodiversity and disrupts the climate. The report submitted by Stefan Ambec confirms France’s position to…

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Coronavirus: “historic” agreement on a vast stimulus plan for the US economy

Coronavirus: “historic” agreement on a vast stimulus plan for the US economy

The leader of the Republican majority in the US Senate announced on Wednesday that he had reached an agreement on a “historic” plan of 2,000 billion dollars with the Democrats and the White House to revive the world’s largest economy, hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. The White House and the US Senate reached a “historic” agreement on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday on a gigantic plan to revive the world’s largest economy, hard…

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