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François-Xavier Ortoli, Vice-President of the CEC

François-Xavier Ortoli was successively from 06/01/1973 to 05/01/1977 President of the CEC; from 06/01/1977 to 05/01/1981 Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Credit and Investments and the Statistical Office; from 06/01/1981 to 26/10/1984 (resignation) Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Credit and Investments; from 1984 to 1990 Chief Executive Officer of Total, and from 1991 to 1999 Vice-President of the Association for the Monetary Union of Europe.
François-Xavier Ortoli, Vice-President of the CEC
François-Xavier Ortoli
Reference: P-005447
Date: 18/10/1983

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