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01Oct92 FRANCE: TRES GRANDE BIBLIOTHEQUE PAIR IN COURT OVER TENDERING LEGISLATION.

Two top executives of the public company responsible for Tres Grande Bibliotheque project in Paris have been charged with breaching tendering legislation.It follows controversy over alleged favouritism in the award of construction contracts.Dominique Jamet and Serge Goldberg requested that charges be brought so that they could examine the evidence against them.A complaint was lodged with the French courts in September 1991 by a group of construction companies, led by CBC, which claimed ...

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