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Monday November 12th, 2018

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A new Health & Prevention space

Take advantage of the Smart City Congress in Barcelona and discover the solutions offered by Linkcity, real estate subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, for a city that is smarter and more efficient with regard to health.

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