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EU: Commission authorises Albert Frère to buy a controlling stake in Taittinger

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The European Commission has given the go-ahead for to a deal that will see the Champagne house Taittinger become jointly controlled by CNP, the financial holding company controlled by the Belgian baron Albert Frère, and by the sole owner to date, the Taittinger family.


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