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The French Government and Alstom Present Plan to Maintain Railway and Industrial Activities on Belfort Site

Christophe Sirugue, Minister of State for the Industry and Henri Poupart-Lafarge, Alstom chairman and CEO, recently presented in Belfort a plan to maintain the railway and industrial activities on Belfort site.
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