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9 Feb 2018

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VINCI

No further action in the SHERPA case

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The French public prosecutor of Nanterre has decided to take no further action regarding the complaint made by the association SHERPA against VINCI concerning the latter’s activities in Qatar.

As VINCI has stated all along, it endeavours not only to observe local employment law and fundamental rights, but also to make constant improvements to the working and living conditions of its employees, whether in Qatar or anywhere else in the world... As also stated previously in this case, it has opened up its sites to the unions, to staff representatives, to international NGOs and to journalists on a number of occasions.

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