Confédération Générale des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises

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The Confédération Générale des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises (in English: General Confederation of Small and Medium Companies) is a union of employers in France.[1]

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It was created in 1944 by Leon Gingembre, who was Chairman until 1978.[2] He was followed by René Bernasconi (1978-1990), Lucien Rebuffel (1990-2000), Jacques Freidel (2000-2002).[2] Its current Chairman is Jean-François Roubaud (depuis 2002).[1]

It has 500,000 members.[1] It is affiliated to the Economic and Social Council, the Conseil National de Crédit,[2] and Pacte PME International.[3]

Contrarily to the MEDEF, it aims at representing small business owners.[2]

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