France to make 10% threshold for non-EU investment scrutiny permanent

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PARIS (Reuters) -France will tighten rules for non-EU investments in French companies by making a 10% threshold that triggers a government review permanent, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told Reuters on Thursday. Le Maire, who was speaking from Paris to the Reuters NEXT conference in New York, also said France will extend the number of protected areas to include critical raw materials and also make the rules apply to French subsidiaries of foreign companies. “We will broaden the scope of the decree,” Le Maire said. Le Maire, who lowered the scrutiny threshold to 10% from 25% previously durin…

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