China's Fatri gets foothold in France through Airbus and French parliament connections
Specialising in microchips, an activity that is at the centre of US-Chinese rivalry, China's Fatri is treading carefully as it pursues its push into France.
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Over the past few years, South Korea has been a complicated territory for Airbus. The group, battered by difficult commercial campaigns and multiple anti-corruption investigations, finally seems to be regaining its foothold in both the civil and military markets.
The recent collapse of HNA Group is a major blow to Gérard Houa, the French businessman and consultant who is reputed to have one of the best contact networks in the Chinese establishment. The problems he is currently encountering are throwing fresh light on the role he has played in the past in France and China's business dealings.
Big companies operating in emerging markets have been busy scrutinising new draft international norms on anti-corruption. The International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) new set of norms, ISO 37001, is to be definitively adopted during the body’s summit in Mexico in [.