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French President Francois Hollande Expects Peugeot’s Executives and Shareholders to Find Solutions


Today, June 28th, French President Francois Hollande said that the government can offer its point of view only after Peugeot’s executives and shareholders will set out plans for the automaker’s future. "First, it's up to the shareholders and Peugeot's managers to comment," Hollande told journalists after an EU summit in Brussels. "I leave it up to the shareholders and the managers ...
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