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Latest update : 2013-10-16

An interview with technology entrepreneur Gautier Machelon

As the deadline to raise the US debt ceiling looms, the Fitch credit ratings agency says it’s putting the US AAA rating under review. Here in France, we speak to the winner of the Ivy Prize for young leaders in the technology sector, Gautier Machelon, co-founder of the multiposting.fr jobs website. We ask him for his views on the business climate in France.

By Matthew WARREN

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