Cosmet’Agora 2022: BASF presents personal care innovations for eco-conscious consumers

“Alive Beauty” concept offers a range of high-performance formulations for personal care that aim to boost wellbeing Natural and sustainable innovations respond to demand for responsibly formulated cosmetics At the Formulation Awards, BASF will present its Sublime Glow Gel Cream formula that offers a light-reflecting skin glow and a fresh finish The “Alive Beauty” concept … More Cosmet’Agora 2022: BASF presents personal care innovations for eco-conscious consumers

25 % of EU electricity production from nuclear sources

In 2020, 13 EU Member States with nuclear electricity production generated 683 512 GWh of nuclear electricity. This accounts for almost 25% of the EU’s total electricity production. The largest producer of nuclear power in the EU was France (52 % of the EU total nuclear energy production; 353 833 GWh), followed by Germany (9 … More 25 % of EU electricity production from nuclear sources

Swiss President Ignazio Cassis to visit Vienna and Berlin

  In the next ten days President Ignazio Cassis will meet with Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Liechtenstein’s Prime Minister Daniel Risch. The visit to Vienna on Thursday continues a decades-old tradition of each new Swiss and Austrian president making their first trip abroad to each other’s country. Talks … More Swiss President Ignazio Cassis to visit Vienna and Berlin

The Renault Alpine A110 and France’s Gendarmerie – then and now

When the Gendarmerie needs to respond swiftly to an incident on one of France’s motorways, high-performance wheels are a must. It has consequently placed an order for 26 Alpine A110s to take over from the Renault Mégane R.S.’s currently in service. Squadron Leader Richard Filmotte – curator of the force’s national museum – explains how … More The Renault Alpine A110 and France’s Gendarmerie – then and now

Global Growth to slow through 2023, adding to risk of ‘Hard Landing’ in Developing Economies, warns the World Bank

Spread of COVID-19 Variants Alongside Inflation, Debt, and Inequality Intensifies Uncertainty. Following a strong rebound in 2021, the global economy is entering a pronounced slowdown amid fresh threats from COVID-19 variants and a rise in inflation, debt, and income inequality that could endanger the recovery in emerging and developing economies, according to the World Bank’s … More Global Growth to slow through 2023, adding to risk of ‘Hard Landing’ in Developing Economies, warns the World Bank

Inflation in the OECD area continues to surge to 5.8 % in November 2021, the highest rate in 25 years

Inflation in the OECD area surged to 5.8% in the 12 months to November 2021, compared with 5.2 % in October, and just 1.2 % in November 2020, reaching the highest rate since May 1996. The rise was particularly marked in the United States, where year-on-year inflation climbed from 6.2 % in October to 6.8 … More Inflation in the OECD area continues to surge to 5.8 % in November 2021, the highest rate in 25 years