Revelation wrote:That's the rub, at the end of the day it is the customer who decides where to spend their money.
If you have a Samsung Phone go to sammobile and make a fresh installJump to post
As history proves time and time, members of a party are a bad gauge to chose a candidate that needs to reach the whole population. Christmas gift for Macron.Jump to post
And why there was a deadly weapon on the set at all ?Jump to post
I just don't get why there was a real weapon on the set. In Europe all weapons are totally neutralised and unable to fire a real bullet .Jump to post
Barnier needs to win his party primary to go further.Jump to post
I guess that if Airbus want build a FAL in EU they may consider Sevilla (Spain). Hambourg and Toulouse are already packed.Jump to post
About zero chance the EU allow that to happen.Jump to post
Some of you seem to think that BCA and AB are in the business to produce planes at a cost that works for Ryanair business model and not for them....Jump to post
The international program sent more doses to Britain in June than to the entire continent of Africa.
I wonder why they did hat as they are not supposed to be short on vaccine supplies.
You are totally confused about the role and the power of the EMA. It can give a certification but that certification is not an absolute solution and each member state will decide with its own health agency to use that certification or not. More the EMA has absolutely zero power about availability an...Jump to post
What I find really strange is the apparent huge number of health workers that were against the vaccine until they heard they will not get paid anymore if no vaccine....Jump to post
In france we are at:
Pfizer 43 500 000
AZ 7 000 000
Moderna 5 300 000
Jansen 500 000
Because Health is not an EU competence but national competence. The fact that most of the EU 27 asked the EU to deal with the vaccines contracts was new and unexpected so it took time. I guess the lesson is learned for the future.Jump to post
He should perfectly understand the difference between an EU member and relation with third countries like Russia just by looking how the EU deals with the UK after brexit.Jump to post
The penalties are a nice thing to argue, but the fact that AZ is probably excluded for future orders is way more expensive.Jump to post
I suppose that the vaccine, whatever the producer, is free for all citizens as in France, no?Jump to post
No contract can protection you from deceptive practice in EU law.Jump to post
What was bought, will be used. For the rest Covax program needs all it can grabJump to post
And while I'm at it, I could also come and say that Macrons comments on AZ regarding its effectiveness in general killed thousands, as people were/are hesitant to take it...[/quote]
Macron comment killed none as the was no AZ vaccine to see at that time....
And nothing block EU states to buy AZ directly for their countries if they with.Jump to post
The next next AZ shareholder meeting could be funJump to post
Macron just announced on TV that after 11 May everyone in rance could register and get a vaccine. So supply seems better.Jump to post
It seems that vaccines are starting to come en masse in France .
https://www.politico.eu/article/france- ... cine-glut/
Some Mayor's in my area started to vaccine everyone that wanted.
What reputational damage? Do you think the whole world is full of idiots that are unable to see who allowed vaccines to be exported and who like UK and US hoarded them?Jump to post
Well, AZ made a choice that coud cost them a lot if, as it is rumored, they are out the vaccine buys by the EU after July.Jump to post
Yes, the only problem , albeit a big one. French minister said they have just 2 days stock on average daily jabs. As it is not a jit industry it complicates things.Jump to post
Not a lot in english but here one:
https://www.euronews.com/2021/04/07/eu- ... ply-issues
Fareva should launch the production of CureVac, pending marketing authorisation, in its factories in Pau and Val-de-Reuil (Eure, western France) by early June.
More accurate numbers for France for 1st and 2nd doses, and by vaccine:
1 Pfizer 9 009 675
2 AZ 2 588 759
3 Moderna 880 502
What I mean is are americans or brits going to EU newspapers to have and advice on what it is going in their countries? Obviously no. So when you persist to talk about EU vaccine with sources that does not understand how the EU works (US) or are anti EU (UK) what point do you think you make besides,...Jump to post
Good analysis on EU´s the failure of getting people vaccines. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/02/world/europe/europe-coronavirus-vaccine.html And one extra about the utter and complete failure of Germany in the crisis. https://www.ft.com/content/bc5a3b02-a90d-4206-a441-1bada29feba2 Yes more US sour...Jump to post
Rather how the uk sees France and EU without understanding them.Jump to post
Anyway AZ will be relegated to a tiny part of the market in EU. The Pfizer production is several orders of magnitude higher and deliveries while not perfect are more predictable.Jump to post
With your AZ obsession, I was wondering if you were a shareholder lightsaber...
On the bright side here, we got an appointment from the municipality for the rest of our family to get its first vaccine dose, it is indicated pfizer or moderna.
But you talk like if we should act while ignoring how other parties act? We are in a vacuum.Jump to post
The guardian, while not a pro Conservative newspaper, it first and foremost a deeply English newspaper. Just read their articles about Sturgeon and their stances on that matter.Jump to post
I wonder when you will stop regurgitating AZ PR as gospel ?Jump to post
It could have been just too optimistic forecast if theses companies were forthcoming with the production problems instead of pretending all was good until they could not deny the lack of productions at every step.Jump to post