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France's richest man Bernard Arnault donates over $300m for Notre Dame

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 16 April 2019 ()
France's richest man Bernard Arnault donates over $300m for Notre DameFrance's richest man has donated €200 million ($335m) towards the restoration of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, doubling the donation of Salma Hayek's husband.Head of the LVMH luxury goods group and multi-billionaire Bernard Arnault...
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