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    French ambassador Gérard Araud met with the World Affairs Council of Charlotte and local business leaders and talked about the Carolinas as a destination for international business. He also discussed efforts to fight terrorism in light of the Brussels attacks.

French ambassador Gérard Araud met with the World Affairs Council of Charlotte and local business leaders and talked about the Carolinas as a destination for international business. He also discussed efforts to fight terrorism in light of the Brussels attacks. jarwood@charlotteobserver.com
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