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Matignon Accords or Matignon Agreements may refer to:
- The Matignon Agreements of 1936, an agreement between the French government, employers and labour guaranteeing trade union membership and negotiating rights, a 40-hour working week and paid workers' holidays.
- The Matignon Agreements of 1988, an agreement for increased New Caledonian territorial autonomy between the French government, Kanak independence activists and French settlers.
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