|Senator of the Second Empire|
|Vice president of Corps législatif|
|Minister of Commerce and Agriculture|
|Deputy for Indre-et-Loire|
Alexandre Henri Goüin (1792 in Tours – 1872) was a French banker and politician.
He was deputy for the department of Indre-et-Loire (1831-1868), president of the General councils of Indre-et-Loire (1834-), minister of Commerce and Agriculture in the government of Louis-Philippe of France (1840), Vice president of Corps législatif and Senator of the Second Empire (1868-1870).
Goüin has director of Caisse générale du commerce et de l'industrie (1844-1848).
- Frederick Martin,Handbook of contemporary biography, 1870
- HighWire Press,History of Political Economy, Volumes 5 à 6, Duke University Press, 1973
|Minister of Commerce and Agriculture
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