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What would a Le Pen presidency mean for French luxury?

  • Fri, 21 Apr 2017 19:49
This Sunday, April 23 French voters will head to the polls for a fateful decision between presidential candidates from across the political spectrum including the virulently anti-European Union Marine Le Pen. But what could her possible presidency mean for the luxury industry? Government – Luxury Daily

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