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Mouvement des Entreprises de France
Formation 1945 (CNPF), 1998 (Medef)
Type Union of employers
Headquarters 55 avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris
Location Paris, France
Laurence Parisot
Website www.medef.fr

The Mouvement des Entreprises de France or MEDEF (in English: "Movement of the French Enterprises") is the largest union of employers in France. It was formerly known as the Conseil National du Patronat Français or CNPF (in English: "National Council of the French Employers").

Its current president is Laurence Parisot, CEO of IFOP. Previous president Ernest-Antoine Seillière had come under attack for his "arrogance"[1] and lack of negotiation when demanding social reforms. Guillaume Sarkozy, the brother of French president Nicolas Sarkozy, is a senior executive of the MEDEF.

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References

  1. ^ Satire and sarcasm in the french show Les Guignols de l'info

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