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« Transavia France va embaucher 140 personnes en 2018 », déclare la PDG Nathalie Stubler


La PDG de Transavia France, Nathalie Stubler, a répondu aux questions de l’émission « L’Invitée des Echos. »

Added on the 02/02/2018 10:52:07 - Copyright : L'invité des Echos

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