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SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M90P
May 11, 2011
Gianluca Armento (2L) Brand Division director of Cassina inspects a counterfeit Le Corbusier chair before...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Armento Brand Division director of Cassina inspects a counterfeit Le Corbusier chair before its destruction...
Gianluca Armento (2L) Brand Division director of Cassina inspects a counterfeit Le Corbusier chair before its destruction in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M90O
May 11, 2011
A Swiss customs officer prepare counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture before their destruction in Vernier...
VERNIER, Switzerland
A Swiss customs officer prepare counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture before their destruction in Vernier...
A Swiss customs officer prepare counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture before their destruction in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M90N
May 11, 2011
Gianluca Armento, Brand Division director of Cassina (R) takes a picture of a counterfeit Le Corbusier...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Armento Brand Division director of Cassina takes a picture of a counterfeit Le Corbusier chair before...
Gianluca Armento, Brand Division director of Cassina (R) takes a picture of a counterfeit Le Corbusier chair before its destruction in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M90L
May 11, 2011
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The...
VERNIER, Switzerland
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M90D
May 11, 2011
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The...
VERNIER, Switzerland
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M905
May 11, 2011
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The...
VERNIER, Switzerland
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M904
May 11, 2011
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The...
VERNIER, Switzerland
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M900
May 11, 2011
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The...
VERNIER, Switzerland
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier
A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2M8XE
May 11, 2011
Swiss customs officers inspect counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture after their destruction in Vernier...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Swiss customs officers inspect counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture after their destruction in Vernier
Swiss customs officers inspect counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture after their destruction in Vernier near Geneva May 11, 2011. The destruction was requested by the Italian furniture maker Cassina, who holds the exclusive rights for making the Swiss architects designs. The 13 deck chairs, nine chairs and two sofas, were seized last March in Geneva in a container arriving from China. Their retail value, if they were originals, would have been CHF 100,000 (US$ 113,000). REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR27FGV
September 04, 2009
Stephane Valente, head of the City Council of the village of Vernier and organiser answers journalists'...
Geneva, Switzerland
Valente head of the City Council of the village of Vernier answers journalists' questions during a demonstration...
Stephane Valente, head of the City Council of the village of Vernier and organiser answers journalists' questions during a demonstration in support to the families of the two Swiss citizens prevented from leaving Libya over immigration charges since July 19, 2008 in front of the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND POLITICS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR27FGO
September 04, 2009
Stephane Valente, head of the City Council of the village of Vernier and organiser answers journalists'...
Geneva, Switzerland
Valente head of the City Council of the village of Vernier answers journalists' questions during a demonstration...
Stephane Valente, head of the City Council of the village of Vernier and organiser answers journalists' questions during a demonstration in support to the families of the two Swiss citizens prevented from leaving Libya over immigration charges since July 19, 2008 in front of the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND POLITICS)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLVA
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier looks on during a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Andrier gestures looks on a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier...
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier looks on during a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance reported sales for 2006 of CHF 2,909 million and net profit at CHF 412 million, up 1,5 %. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLV9
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier casts a shadow on an advertisment during a news conference on Givaudan...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier casts a shadow on an advertisment during a news conference on Givaudan...
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier casts a shadow on an advertisment during a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance reported sales for 2006 of CHF 2,909 million and net profit at CHF 412 million, up 1,5 %. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLV6
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier gestures during a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier gestures during a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in...
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier gestures during a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance reported sales for 2006 of CHF 2,909 million and net profit at CHF 412 million, up 1,5 %. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLV4
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier poses for photographers before a news conference on Givaudan full year...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Andrier poses for photographers before a news conference on Givaudan full year results...
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier poses for photographers before a news conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance posted net profits of 412 million Swiss francs, just 1.5 percent above its 2005 result. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLQM
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters before a media conference on Givaudan...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters in Vernier
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters before a media conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance posted net profits of 412 million Swiss francs, just 1.5 percent above its 2005 result. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLQE
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters before a media conference on Givaudan...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters in Vernier
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters before a media conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance posted net profits of 412 million Swiss francs, just 1.5 percent above its 2005 result. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
GIVAUDAN-RESULTS/
RTR1MLQC
February 20, 2007
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters before a media conference on Givaudan...
VERNIER, Switzerland
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters in Vernier
Chief Executive Gilles Andrier smiles during an interview with Reuters before a media conference on Givaudan full year results 2006 in Vernier February 20, 2007. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of flavour and flagrance posted net profits of 412 million Swiss francs, just 1.5 percent above its 2005 result. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
CHEMICALS GIVAUDAN
RTR1JLFT
November 22, 2006
A general view of the exterior of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier near Geneva November 22, 2006. Givaudan,...
VERNIER, Switzerland
View of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier
A general view of the exterior of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier near Geneva November 22, 2006. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of scents for fine fragrances and consumer products and supplier to Calvin Klein and Burberry, announced the acquisition of rival Quest International from ICI for 2.8 billion Swiss francs (2.25 billion US dollars) on Wednesday. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
CHEMICALS GIVAUDAN
RTR1JLFS
November 22, 2006
A general view of the exterior of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier near Geneva November 22, 2006. Givaudan,...
VERNIER, Switzerland
View of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier
A general view of the exterior of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier near Geneva November 22, 2006. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of scents for fine fragrances and consumer products and supplier to Calvin Klein and Burberry, announced the acquisition of rival Quest International from ICI for 2.8 billion Swiss francs (2.25 billion US dollars) on Wednesday. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
CHEMICALS GIVAUDAN
RTR1JLFL
November 22, 2006
A general view of the exterior of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier near Geneva November 22, 2006. Givaudan,...
VERNIER, Switzerland
View of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier
A general view of the exterior of Givaudan's headquarters in Vernier near Geneva November 22, 2006. Givaudan, the world's largest maker of scents for fine fragrances and consumer products and supplier to Calvin Klein and Burberry, announced the acquisition of rival Quest International from ICI for 2.8 billion Swiss francs (2.25 billion US dollars) on Wednesday. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND)
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