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BRITAIN-EU/CALAIS-MOOD
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March 01, 2019
Gavin Teale, director of Gotek7, a hightech compagny, poses in his factory in Calais, France, February...
Calais, France
Gavin Teale, director of Gotek7, a hightech compagny, poses in his factory in Calais
Gavin Teale, director of Gotek7, a hightech compagny, poses in his factory in Calais, France, February 28, 2019. Picture taken February 28, 2019. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GERMANY-AUTOSHOW/
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September 16, 2009
A visitor sits in a hightech chair watching an information video about the latest news on ecological...
Frankfurt, Germany
A visitor sits in a hightech chair watching an information video about the latest news on ecological...
A visitor sits in a hightech chair watching an information video about the latest news on ecological drives at the exhibition stand of German car manufacturer Volkswagen at the international car show "IAA" in Frankfurt, September 16, 2009. As the world's biggest auto show will run until September 27 it is the first time in its history that visitors can drive in a car in one of the exhibition halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHILE
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April 05, 1997
Chilean President Eduardo Frei (C) drives a French made train on Santiago subway's new line 5, which...
Chilean President Eduardo Frei (C) drives a French made train on Santiago subway's new line 5, which.....
Chilean President Eduardo Frei (C) drives a French made train on Santiago subway's new line 5, which links downtown Santiago with the city's southern suburbs, April 5, while accompanied by the Chilean transport minister Claudio Hohmann (L), Metro employees and his wife Marta (standing behind). Paris gave preferential finance to Chile to pay for the line's hightech trains and carriages built in France. The line which cost 500 million US Dollars to build is Chile's largest public works project in the last decade.
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April 05, 1997
Chilean President Eduardo Frei (C) drives a French made train on Santiago subway's new line 5, which...
Chile
CHILEAN PRESIDENT FREI DRIVING A FRENCH MADE METRO TRAIN
Chilean President Eduardo Frei (C) drives a French made train on Santiago subway's new line 5, which links downtown Santiago with the city's southern suburbs, April 5, while accompanied by the Chilean transport minister Claudio Hohmann (L), Metro employees and his wife Marta (standing behind). Paris gave preferential finance to Chile to pay for the line's hightech trains and carriages built in France. The line which cost 500 million US Dollars to build is Chile's largest public works project in the last decade.

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