French entrepreneurs cashing in on English side of the tunnel


Lower taxes and more jobs are drawing French companies to Ashford on the railway line between London and Paris.

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For the past seven years Fabien Henissart, 40, has switched countries twice a day, crossing the sea and resetting his watch, back and forth. “You get used to it, you know,” says this resident of Boulogne in northern France.