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Sarkozy : si je reviens, je donne tout

Sarkozy : si je reviens, je donne tout
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L'ACTUALITÉ DU JOUR PAR Benoît Georges @bengeorges
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Sarkozy : si je reviens, je donne tout
C'est la fin d'un long non-suspense : Nicolas Sarkozy sera bien candidat à l'élection présidentielle. La seule surprise vient de la méthode choisie pour annoncer son grand retour. Pas de plateau télé ou radio, ni d'interview "exclusive" dans la presse écrite, pas non plus de tweet, de post sur Facebook ou de SMS, mais. .. un livre. Préparé dans le plus grand secret et intitulé "Tout pour la France", il arrivera en librairie dès mercredi. L'ancien chef de l'Etat quitte au passage la présidence des Républicains pour se lancer la bataille des primaires de la droite et du centre. Avec, déjà, une formule en forme de slogan : "La France exige qu'on lui donne tout".
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LA VALEUR DU JOUR
Syngenta

C’est la meilleure performance du jour sur l’indice européen Stoxx des 600 plus grosses valeurs. L’action du groupe suisse d’agrochimie a gagné ce lundi plus de 10 %, non loin de son record de 435,2 francs suisses de mai 2015, alors que les Etats-Unis, où Syngenta réalise un quart de son chiffre d’affaires, ont donné leur feu vert au rachat par le chinois ChemChina. Dès lors, le marché s’attend à ce que l’avis des autres autorités de régulation soit également positif.

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La personnalité du jour
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Demain dans "les échos"
Unimate, premier robot industriel
Avec lui, les robots sont sortis des films de science-fiction pour entrer dans les usines : le bras programmable Unimate, premier robot industriel, a fait ses débuts dans les années 1960 chez General Motors - en toute discrétion, autant par méfiance quant à sa fiabilité que pour ne pas braquer les ouvriers. Un article de Julien Dupont-Calbo dans notre série d'été sur l'histoire des robots, à lire demain dans "Les Echos".
 
 
 
 

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