France's Alstom says in talks with government on Belfort plant
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The logo of French engineering group Alstom is seen at a plant in Aytre near La Rochelle, France, August 31, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
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PARIS (Reuters) - Alstom
Chief Executive Henri Poupart-Lafarge had told staff earlier on Tuesday that he intended to press ahead with the planned closure of the Belfort site, which unleashed a political furore when announced last week.
"No decision will be taken before [the talks] are concluded," the company said in a statement.
(Reporting by Cyril Altmeyer; Writing by Ingrid Melander; Editing by Laurence Frost)
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