An employee takes a picture of French President Emmanuel Macron (R) visiting the Toyota automobile manufacturing plant in Onnaing, northern France, on January 22, 2018. / AFP / POOL / PASCAL ROSSIGNOL
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President Emmanuel Macron's campaign for a "French Renaissance" kicked into overdrive Monday as he welcomed Some 140 of the world's most powerful business executives before this week's jamboree of the rich and powerful in Davos.A 300 million euro ($368 million) investment by Japanese carmaker Toyota to increase capacity at its northern French Onnaing plant producing the Yaris model was the centerpiece of the day, with 800 new jobs to be added by 2020 .Facebook, whose Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg met Macron in Versailles, said Monday it would double the number of staff at its Paris artificial intelligence hub.The summit dubbed "Choose France" was held just two days before Macron heads to the global elite's annual gathering at Davos, making sure the event catches the top executives on their way to the Swiss Alps.
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