PARIS – Renault‘s RENA.PA first loss in a decade triggered a no-taboos commitment to cut costs by 2 billion euros over the next three years from the carmaker on Friday, as it tries to put the Carlos Ghosn affair behind it.
enault could not afford to wait for De Meo’s arrival in July to attack costs, Delbos said, adding that nothing would be “taboo” as it reviews its business.
Acting Renault CEO Clotilde Delbos pledged that nothing would be “taboo” as the company reviewed areas to slash costs.
The fund breaks a number of EU taboos.
The final taboo to be possibly broken is on EU-wide taxation.
“We are essentially dealing with an industry that is considered taboo and that is something difficult to change.
I remember when I first joined, the reaction of my friends was ‘oh god, you are going into gaming’, so it was already taboo at that time.
Common European debt had been a taboo for a long time, mainly among German officials who were afraid their citizens would be responsible for high debts in other countries.
However, despite the EU reaffirming the “unequivocal support for the European perspective of the Western Balkans”, the words “enlargement” or “integration” were nowhere to be seen, which triggered a debate over whether “enlargement” had become taboo, and “European perspective” a vague and empty formula.
I addressed many of these issues, along with the toxic history of ‘race science,’ in my book Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We’re Afraid to Talk About It.
Organizations working with women survivors of violence say the fact that Poland reports fewer cases of domestic abuse than other EU countries merely reflects how taboo the issue remains.
Yet due to religious, legal and cultural taboos, he had never systematically dissected human bodies.
Human dissection fell into disfavour in both Greece and Rome, becoming such a cultural taboo by the 2nd Century AD that Galen had no other choice but to dissect animals in his quest to understand the human body.
Each body would be dissected over several days in winter, traditionally during the Carnival season – a licentious period when social mores would be more relaxed and dissections could be performed despite the still-existing taboos around them.
Long a taboo subject, death is becoming a hot topic in architecture.
Following the alphabetically arranged portfolio, the authors cull their analysis into a series of spreads auditing chronology, context, programmatic breakdowns, number and type of cremations, circulation, ritual spaces, and taboos.
Menstruation is a bodily function surrounded by taboos and stigmas in most countries and contexts.
Indeed academics have argued that menstruation is a hidden stigma, as there is a communication taboo, resulting in menstruation mostly being unheard in conversation and menstruators taking measures to conceal their bleeding physically.
MENSEN recently conducted an online survey, which showed that in the Swedish job market menstruators and those suffering from menstrual-cycle-related issues were still affected by stigmas, taboos and adverse norms in various ways.
Referring back to the hidden stigma of menstruation and the communication taboo, information seems to be key.
Eventually, linguists think, the word became so taboo that Germanic peoples started using a euphemism, bero, instead.
Margolyes confronts her fear of ageing and death to tackle our greatest taboo – our own mortality.
It remains a taboo subject, though.”
After the second world war, race science gradually became taboo.
The text of this article was generated by the Breaking The Silence system that collected 19 news articles posted on the web from January 2019 to September 2020 and clustered for the taboo subjects related to Europe