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Nearly 140 chief executives from companies around the world will gather at the Versailles Palace outside Paris Monday, as the French government steps up its efforts to attract more foreign investors.The 40-year-old French leader has introduced a series of business-friendly reforms since taking power in May, including loosening labor laws and cutting taxes, and is aiming to slash unemployment from 9.7 percent to 7.0 percent by 2022 .About 10 projects are currently being negotiated, the source added.The bosses of JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Bank of America are expected to attend, while China's Alibaba will be represented by its deputy CEO.
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