Crédit Agricole Nord-Est has cut its shareholding in Tattinger Champagne from 100% to 36% and a 20% vote in a partial exit from the company. The Taittinger family re-acquired 41% of the company and 47% of the vote. Crédit Agricole Nord-Est had bought 100% of the champagne company from Starwood for EUR 660m in 2006.
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