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Bouygues Construction Supports its Reservist Employees’ Commitments

Philippe Bonnave, Bouygues Construction CEO, signed an operational reserve policy support agreement on 10th November, alongside Florence Parly, Armed Forces Minister. This agreement will allow reservist employees to be more responsible and committed than ever.

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