Opec meets | Shampoo without bottle | And what about Tony’s Chocolony?

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Sweet or bitter? Tony’s Chocolonys presents the annual figures. Will the chocolate maker achieve its financial goals this year? We’ll hear this afternoon. And perhaps there will be some more information about the financial director who left with a silent drum.

Shampoo bottles in the shower, on the bath rim and next to the sink. Every year we use a lot of plastic to wash our hair. A shame, think two pairs of entrepreneurs. They started looking for alternatives. “We never really need to explain why we are sustainable.”

How seriously does OPEC take omikron? The powerful alliance of oil-producing countries is meeting today. Key question: will the production increase in January continue as if everything is going according to plan? Or goes the hand on the tap, for fear of another blow to the world economy from O to the mikron.

And then a bit of power politics avant la lettre: good old Sergei Lavrov talks to his American counterpart Anthony Blinken. He will mainly ask the Russian foreign minister why there are so many Russian troops on the border with Ukraine.

Rioters who have escaped the dance thus far should be extra concerned. Today at 5 pm, Rotterdam’s saint hermandad is distributing sharp video images of the men and women who left a trail of destruction in the city center almost two weeks ago. If you still get caught, you can prepare yourself for months of breakfast in hotel Traliezicht.

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ps The high inflation may only be temporary, but it is still a real problem, writes Piet Rietman.

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