Raymond Soubie

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Raymond Soubie is a former social affairs advisor to former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.[1][2][3]

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Raymond Soubie is a graduate of Sciences Po Bordeaux and of the École Nationale d'Administration.[2] In 1969, he worked as an advisor to Minister of Labour Joseph Fontanet.[1][2] He then worked for Jacques Chirac and Raymond Barre.[1][2] He also served as an advisor to Pierre Bérégovoy, Edouard Balladur, and Alain Juppé.[1] [2]

In 1981, he became the Director of Liaisons Sociales, the second biggest press firm in France.[1][2] In 1992, he created a consulting firm, Altedia.[2] In 2004, 80% of the CAC 40 enlisted its services.[2]

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