Ex-French economy minister Montebourg goes to business school


Former major figure in government has enrolled at top institution because he wants to set up own firm and 'running a business is a real job'.

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Arnaud Montebourg, the socialist former French industry minister best known for threatening to nationalise parts of steel group ArcelorMittal, started business school today to learn how to do a “real job” and set up his own company, reports The Financial Times.