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Fournier's European Strategy

Executive Summary

To reduce its dependence on a stagnant and price sensitive French market, Fournier has created a low-risk R&D program coupled with an aggressive international acquisition program. The program attempts to take advantage of small-market research opportunities as well as acquisition targets overlooked by large companies or which fall out of mega-mergers. Is this gamble enough to ensure independence for a mid-sized player?

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