Cite group launches new-media unit

Lottman, Herbert R.
June 1995
Publishers Weekly;6/26/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 26, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on Groupe de la Cite's setup of a subsidiary to develop both offline and online electronic products in France and abroad, where it has been expanding its reference book lines under the logo Larousse. Agnes Touraine as chief executive of the unit; Unit as a joint venture between Cite and its parent company C.E.P. Communication.


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