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France's post-Brexit business strategy includes new English-language disputes court

By Alison Hird

France has begun hearing litigation cases in an English-speaking International Chamber at the Paris Court of Appeal. With growing uncertainty over whether the UK will crash out of the European Union without a deal on 29 March, Paris is positioning itself as a more reliable alternative to London for international companies seeking to settle disputes. RFI’s Alison Hird reports.

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