Fraud, Olympic Games, Amazon: the eco recap of the day

THE ECO SCAN – Didn’t you have time to look at the economic news on Tuesday? Le Figaro summarizes the main topics of the day for you.

• The fight against fraud, a boon for the State coffers

The adjustments for tax evasion made it possible to recover 19.3 billion euros last year, underlines the 2014 annual report of the national committee against fraud. Social fraud, also better controlled, brought in 852.6 million euros.

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• Paris wants to organize “best-cost” Games

Paris officially announced today its candidacy for the organization of the 2024 Olympic Games. Although the previous organizing cities did not find their way there economically, the Parisian dossier promises to limit costs, which should boost the profitability of the Games if they are organized in the French capital.

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• Amazon pays its independent authors per page read

Starting July 1, U.S. self-published authors on Kindle Unlimited, Amazon’s all-you-can-eat digital book service, will be paid based on the pages actually read by readers.

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But also

• The euro summit has returned the decision to finance ministers, who meet on Wednesday. Optimism is back, in Brussels as in the markets, despite.

• .In a report on civic engagement submitted to the government, France Stratégie proposes to make volunteering a passport to studies and employment. Certificates at stake.

• Around Philippe Varin, president of Areva, French and foreign industrialists, academics and politicians meet on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss better use of resources.

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• A Var architect intends to set up a vast floating island in the harbor of Toulon. He claims to have obtained a first agreement and estimates that it will take ten years to complete this project focused on tourism.