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Find the analyzes, reflections, expert advice on economic news in the Mediterranean with consultants associated with the Council JFC analysis group, Ipemed, CIHEAM, FEMISE, Anima ... in Algeria, Spain, France, Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Portugal, Egypt, Greece, Albania, Croatia, Turkey ...

10 years after the Arab democratic movement, what are the results? - 11/17/2020 - Henry Marty-Gauquié, member of JFC Conseil

Already 10 years ago, on December 17, 2010, the street vendor Mohamed Bouazzizi set himself on fire, triggering the intifada of Sidi Bouzid...

The right to blasphemy, the Koran and exegetical jurisprudence - 10/27/2020 - Sami Bibi, academic and researcher

The savage murder of Professor Samuel Paty is a crime of absolute cruelty. This unspeakable crime has rightly provoked many people to take part in it...

Nuclear issues in the Mediterranean - 05/29/2013 - Erzsébet N. Rózsa

From Erzsébet N. Rózsa, Academic Director of the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs

Morocco: work to be done on pooling transport and logistics - 04/23/2013 - M. El Khayat, international expert

As fruit and vegetables are perishable, it is hard for individual producers to independently manage their logistics ”.   In Morocco's fruit and vegetables sector, pooling is more commercial and managerial than logistical. Pool operators do not yet have a full legal status, but a few well-organised structures share...

"Doing more with less" - 04/23/2013 - Xavier Hua, ECR France

ECR France is a joint trade and industry body for the food and non-food branches of the fast-moving consumer goods sector. Its mission is to define and promote good practice and codes of good conduct in relations between manufacturers and retailers.

Seetfel: digitalisation in pooling - 04/23/2013 - Guilhem de Nucé, B2B at SESIN

Each actor in the supply chain can make significant productivity gains when the information required for document exchanges is pooled. ” The ambitious aim of the Seetfel* project is to digitalise all documents exchanged in the fruit and vegetables sector, which comprises producers, logistics service providers (packaging,...

Egypt: Containerisation has led to the development of a traditional sector - 04/18/2013

“ Today, we are the world's second largest shipper of reefer containers ”. Steven Suchet, Reefer Trade Director at CMA CGM (Photo CMA CGM) Every year, Egypt produces five million tonnes of citrus fruit, around 20% of which it exports, essentially to Russia (28%), Saudi Arabia (25%), Persian Gulf countries (10%) and...
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