Francis Mer (born 25 May 1939, in Pau) is a French businessman, industrialist and politician. A former alumnus of the École Polytechnique, and of the École des Mines de Paris, he is a member of the Corps des mines. He was hired in 1970 by the Saint-Gobain group. In 1982, he became chairman of the board of Pont-à-Mousson SA. In the 1980s, he joined the Saint-Simon Foundation think-tank. Since 2005, he seats on the board of directors of Vale Inco, which benefited from an important tax rebate to exploit a nickel mine in New Caledonia, while he was Minister of Finances.

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  • فرانسيس مير (بالفرنسية: Francis Mer);(ولد 25 مايو 1939), وزير و رجل أعمال و سياسي و رئيس تنفيذي فرنسي ويَشغَل حالياً مَنصب رئيس مجلس إدارة شركة سافران, وكان وَزيرَ الاقتصاد والتِجارَة والصِناعَة في حكومة جاك شيراك في فترة ما بين 7 مايو 2002 و30 مارس 2004. (ar)
  • Francis Mer (* 25. Mai 1939 in Pau) ist ein Industrieller und französischer Politiker. (de)
  • Francis Paul Mer, né le 25 mai 1939 à Pau, est un industriel et homme politique français. Il a notamment été ministre de l'Économie, des Finances et de l'Industrie de 2002 à 2004. (fr)
  • Francis Mer (born 25 May 1939, in Pau) is a French businessman, industrialist and politician. A former alumnus of the École Polytechnique, and of the École des Mines de Paris, he is a member of the Corps des mines. He was hired in 1970 by the Saint-Gobain group. In 1982, he became chairman of the board of Pont-à-Mousson SA. In the 1980s, he joined the Saint-Simon Foundation think-tank. Following the 1986 legislative elections and the nomination of the conservative Jacques Chirac as Prime Minister, he was nominated as president of the new Usinor group. He was reelected to his position in 1995, upon the group's privatization, and renamed the group Arcelor in 2002. From 2002 to 2004, he was Minister of Finances in Jean-Pierre Raffarin's conservative government. Since 2005, he seats on the board of directors of Vale Inco, which benefited from an important tax rebate to exploit a nickel mine in New Caledonia, while he was Minister of Finances. In June 2009, he became chairman of the board of Safran. In April 2011, due to the change of structure of Safran, Jean-Paul Herteman became CEO and Francis Mer became Vice Chairman. (en)
  • Francis Mer (ur. 25 maja 1939 w Pau) – francuski przedsiębiorca, przemysłowiec i polityk, w latach 2002–2004 minister gospodarki, finansów i przemysłu. (pl)
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  • فرانسيس مير (بالفرنسية: Francis Mer);(ولد 25 مايو 1939), وزير و رجل أعمال و سياسي و رئيس تنفيذي فرنسي ويَشغَل حالياً مَنصب رئيس مجلس إدارة شركة سافران, وكان وَزيرَ الاقتصاد والتِجارَة والصِناعَة في حكومة جاك شيراك في فترة ما بين 7 مايو 2002 و30 مارس 2004. (ar)
  • Francis Mer (* 25. Mai 1939 in Pau) ist ein Industrieller und französischer Politiker. (de)
  • Francis Paul Mer, né le 25 mai 1939 à Pau, est un industriel et homme politique français. Il a notamment été ministre de l'Économie, des Finances et de l'Industrie de 2002 à 2004. (fr)
  • Francis Mer (ur. 25 maja 1939 w Pau) – francuski przedsiębiorca, przemysłowiec i polityk, w latach 2002–2004 minister gospodarki, finansów i przemysłu. (pl)
  • Francis Mer (born 25 May 1939, in Pau) is a French businessman, industrialist and politician. A former alumnus of the École Polytechnique, and of the École des Mines de Paris, he is a member of the Corps des mines. He was hired in 1970 by the Saint-Gobain group. In 1982, he became chairman of the board of Pont-à-Mousson SA. In the 1980s, he joined the Saint-Simon Foundation think-tank. Since 2005, he seats on the board of directors of Vale Inco, which benefited from an important tax rebate to exploit a nickel mine in New Caledonia, while he was Minister of Finances. (en)
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