Ivo Bols (R), Air Products' President of Industrial Gases-Europe and Africa, speaks to journalists during a press conference on June 29, 2015 outside the Air Products factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near Lyon. AFP PHOTO/PHILIPPE DESMAZES
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