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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Tuesday March 21, 2006
10:20 PM

Pour quel profit ?

[ #29066 ]

Dear Log,

In the middle of an article otherwise about the protests in France...

«On Friday, L'Oréal bought Body Shop, following a well-beaten path of the French buying British companies. On the same day, the French government passed legislation making it almost impossible for British or other foreign companies to do the same in France.

Villepin has also established 10 strategic sectors that are to be no-go areas for European buyers and forced Gaz de France to merge with another French company to save it from Italian takeover.

All of this is in flagrant breach of basic EU law. The government is behaving inter-governmentally just as the students are, aggressively trying to preserve an indefensible status quo to maintain a utopian idea of France.»