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Tuesday December 9th, 2014


Terre Plurielle foundation and the Guild workers come together for the Planète Coeur association

On 28 November, Yves Gabriel, Chairman and CEO of Bouygues Construction and President of the Minorange Guild Workers, presented a cheque for €24,400 to the Planète Coeur association, which is supported by Terre Plurielle, the Bouygues Construction foundation. This payment was made possible by the generosity of the Guild workers, who organised a number of […]

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