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Former economy minister Montebourg to stand in French Socialist primary

Socialist dissident and former economy minister Arnaud Montebourg is to stand in the ruling party's primary ahead of next year's presidential election. And he would win if he faced incumbent François Hollande in a deciding round, an opinion poll has shown.
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