German pressure-hose firm tells French Right to stop using its name


German pressure-hose poducer Kärcher has demanded of France's 'political figures and the media to immediately cease all use of its name in the political sphere' after French conservative presidential hopeful Valérie Pécresse re-iterated Nicolas Sarkozy's allusion to it for cleaning out crime in low-income neighbourhoods.

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One of the world’s leading makers of pressure washers and steam cleaners has formally asked French politicians not to use its name to score political points, reports The Guardian.