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INTERNATIONAL: Retailers raided as part of anti-competitive probe into luxury watch...

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The General Rapporteur of the Autorité de la Concurrence, the agency that investigates anti-competitive practices in France, has carried out a number of raids...

Dior launches Paris fine watch and jewellery boutique

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Major fashion, jewellery and watch house Dior has announced it is launching a boutique opposite it’s emblematic address, 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris. The new...

French fashion watch Briston seeks UK expansion

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French fashion watch brand Briston is launching the second phase of its distribution plan by looking to expand its retail network in the UK. Briston...

Clerc diver mounts central second and minute hands

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Swiss watch brand Clerc has released a steel and carbon composite-cased chronograph that marks the passage of time with centrally mounted second and minute...

Tissot to time Top 14 rugby tournament

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Tissot has been named official timekeeper of the Top 14 rugby tournament that sees the best teams in France go head-to-head. Tissot was selected for...

Cartier workers go on strike

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Employees at the Cartier flagship store in Paris, located near the Palais Garnier, are striking for the first time in the company's history. On...

Hublot scores a goal with French FC

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By Hallie Engel Luxury watch brand Hublot and French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain have announced the signing of a three-year partnership, making Hublot the...

Watchfinder hops over the channel with French site

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Watchfinder has made a hop over the channel with the opening of a satellite office in France and the launch of Watchfinder.fr. The pre-owned watch...

IWC opens boutique in Paris

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IWC Shaffhausen has opened its first Paris boutique - a two-storey space - following the opening of its flagship store in New York in...

Pequignet goes into receivership in France

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French luxury watch brand Pequignet has announced it has gone into administration in its home country, following the costly development of its own in-house...