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French finesse

31 January 2007 By Edward Hadas

The Frenchmen signed up as chief executive of the AngloDutch steelmaker in 2003, when the shares were at 60p. It was just sold for 608p. The booming steel cycle helped, but Varin deserves credit for good management, and for insisting that Corus needed a mate. The Frenchman signed up as chief executive of the AngloDutch steelmaker in 2003, when the shares were at 60p. It was just sold for 608p.

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