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Force majeure

12 May 2017 By John Foley

Vivendi, Christian Dior and Safran are all doing complex deals driven by big shareholders’ interests – and minority investors can’t do much about it. Muting dissent is meant to make French companies more nimble. It does, but at the cost of helping insiders get their way.

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