LONDON, March 7- The first time Anne Meaux met Indian billionaire Lakshmi Mittal he laughed at her. The incident was an early example of an ability to tell unpalatable truths to powerful people that has since propelled Meaux to the position of France's top PR advisor.» Read More
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Aditya Mittal has taken charge of ArcelorMittal’s biggest and most problematic unit in a move seen by analysts as paving the way for him to eventually succeed his father, Lakshmi, as chief executive of the world’s biggest steelmaker. The FT reports.
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