PARIS — The war of words between Hermès International and LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton reignited last week as the Paris prosecutor’s office said it would hand over a criminal complaint of insider trading to an investigating magistrate.
“We are very much encouraged by this,” Patrick Albaladejo, deputy chief executive officer at Hermès, told WWD. “We welcome an in-depth investigation to be conducted, and hopefully in a diligent way. We believe we have a strong case.”
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