French Finance Minister Michel Sapin delivers a speech during 60th anniversary of the Paris Club, on July 1, 2016 in Paris. / AFP / PATRICK KOVARIK
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European countries should not seek to "divide the spoils" of Brexit by luring businesses away from Britain now that it has decided to leave the European Union, the French finance minister said Friday.Britain voted in a referendum on June 23 to quit the EU, a decision that has roiled financial markets and rattled businesses.In a nod to British Prime Minister David Cameron, who had offered to roll out the red carpet to wealthy French people and companies after Socialist President Francois Hollande was elected to power in 2012, Sapin said:
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