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Emerging Mediterranean honours five start-ups from the Southern Mediterranean - 09/08/2021 - The editorial staff

MEDITERRANEAN. Emerging Mediterranean has selected the five finalist start-ups, one per country, of its acceleration programme.

European banks still love tax havens - 09/07/2021 - Eric Apim

EUROPE. A study by the European Tax Observatory (EUTAX Observatory) shows that European banks continue to earn a significant proportion of their profits in tax havens.

EIB and Santander join forces to provide €2bn to companies affected by the crisis - 06/22/2021 - Eric Apim

EU. As part of the European Guarantee Fund, the European Investment Bank and the Spanish bank Santander sign two agreements to open credit lines reserved for the early payment of suppliers.

Solidarity finance is setting new records in France - 06/07/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

FRANCE. The 19th edition of the La Croix/Finansol Solidarity Finance Barometer shows a dynamism of this sector with a 33% increase in funds collected in 2020 to reach €20.33 billion in assets.

Morocco is gradually reopening its air borders - 06/07/2021 - Eric Apim

MOROCCO. The Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced the "progressive" reopening of air borders to and from Morocco as of Tuesday 15 June 2021 and only for certain countries.

Mediterranean chambers of commerce call for unification of travel protocols - 05/31/2021 - Eric Apim

MEDITERRANEAN. The Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Mediterranean believes that a return to the previous figures of tourist numbers is possible from 2021.

"Project leaders in the South of the Mediterranean have become aware of the opportunity to finance themselves via crowdfunding platforms" - 04/19/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

MEDITERRANEAN. Michel Kaluszynski, Director of Participatory Finance Africa Mediterranean (FPAM), gives an initial assessment of participatory finance in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.

Samir Abdelkrim: "Digital has made Emerging Valley even more connected, denser and more essential for Africa-Europe innovation ecosystems" - 04/09/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

MEDITERRANEAN. Samir Abdelkrim organised the fourth edition of Emerging Valley in Marseille on 7 and 8 April 2021, which was broadcast online because of Covid-19. He explains the usefulness of this link between Europe, the Mediterranean and Africa for start-ups and innovation.

The Lab'ess of Tunis recruits fifteen project leaders in social innovation - 04/02/2021 - Eric Apim

TUNISIA. The Laboratory of Social and Solidarity Economy of Tunisia launches its eighth call for applications to select fifteen positive impact projects that will integrate its incubator.

Anima and Provence Promotion join forces to attract southern Mediterranean start-ups to Provence - 03/17/2021 - Eric Apim

MEDITERRANEAN. Anima Investment Network and Provence Promotion sign a partnership agreement to accompany start-ups in their establishment in the Bouches-du-Rhône.

The number of overnight stays has dropped by more than 80% in 2020 in the countries of Southern Europe - 03/17/2021 - Eric Apim

EU. Covid-19 and its restrictions have caused a loss of 1.5 billion nights in EU hotels. Southern European establishments remain largely the most affected.

The Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region is (already) preparing for the tourism recovery - 02/16/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

FRANCE. Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, Secretary of State for Tourism, recalled the importance of preparing the tourism sector for the rebound as Renaud Muselier, President of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region, unveiled four new support measures for the recovery of tourism. version française

World tourism is not expected to regain its cruising altitude before 2023 - 01/29/2021 - Eric Apim

WORLD. According to a survey carried out in January 2021 by the World Tourism Organisation (WTO) among professionals, "it will take two and a half to four years for international tourism to return to 2019 levels".
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