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Selon "Le Canard Enchaîné", publié ce mercredi, le président de l’Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) perçoit une rémunération mensuelle alors que cette fonction est bénévole. Dans un long communiqué publié ce mercredi soir, l'ACO a tenu à répondre point par point.

« Le Canard Enchaîné » se serait-il intéressé au président de l’ACO s’il n’était pas le frère de François Fillon, ancien Premier ministre, et s’il n’était pas, selon la formule de l’hebdomadaire, « animateur de son fan-club, Force Républicaine » ? Toujours est-il que l'hebdomadaire satirique a sauté à pieds joints sur une interview de Pierre Fillon publiée le 12 juin dernier par le bimensuel « L’Auto-Journal » pour le mettre en cause à propos de sa rémunération.

Dans l’interview en question, Pierre Fillon indiquait qu’il continuait d’exercer son activité d’ophtalmologiste quelques jours par semaine, en plus de sa fonction de président de l’ACO, fonction bénévole, précisait-il. Or, selon « Le Canard Enchaîné », Pierre Fillon n’est certes pas rémunéré en tant que président de l’ACO mais en tant que directeur général, poste qu’il occuperait « depuis février 2012 ». Le journal annonce même un montant : 12 337,30 euros bruts par mois, plus les frais.

Dans un long communiqué publié ce mercredi soir, le Comité directeur de l’ACO a tenu à remettre les choses au point. D’abord en rappelant que Pierre Fillon est certes président à titre bénévole de l’ACO mais qu’il n’en est pas le directeur général, poste occupé depuis 2012 par Frédéric Lénart. Ensuite en expliquant que Pierre Fillon s’est également vu confier la présidence du Championnat du Monde d’Endurance de la Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA WEC) et que c’est à ce titre qu’une rémunération lui a été allouée.

« Lorsque la décision a été prise de développer l’activité de l’ACO à l’international et en particulier de créer le Championnat du Monde d’Endurance de la FIA, le Comité Directeur de l’ACO a estimé nécessaire de nommer un dirigeant rémunéré pour cette activité, compte tenu de l’importante charge de travail qu’elle allait générer et du temps consacré aux nombreux déplacements dans le monde entier que cette activité allait impliquer », souligne a avfidtsy. moncler mens jackets harrodsinsi le communiqué, sans apporter de commentaire, en revanche, à propos du montant évoqué par « Le Canard Enchaîné ».

« Ophtalmologiste en exercice, ajoute le communiqué (NDLR : il exerce cette activité du lundi au mercredi), et déjà très impliqué dans le fonctionnement de l’Automobile Club de l’Ouest, Pierre Fillon a accepté cette nouvelle charge de Président du Championnat du Monde d’Endurance de la FIA, mettant du coup entre parenthèses une part importante de sa vie professionnelle. […] Ces dispositions ont été prises en toute transparence et à l’unanimité par les membres du Comité Directeur de l’ACO en 2012 et ont fait l’objet d’un procès-verbal ».


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Luxury coat maker Moncler denies mistreating geese as shares fall By Reuters

Published: 12:26 EDT, 3 November 2014 | Updated: 12:26 EDT, 3 November 2014

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MILAN, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Moncler denied on Monday allegations of animal mistreatment after a television programme accused down jacket makers of using inhumane methods to pluck geese, sending shares in the Italian luxury outerwear brand down as much as 6 percent.

Moncler said in statement it only used goose down from suppliers who were bound by contract to protect the welfare of animals. The company's comment followed footage broadcast on Italian television on Sunday night that showed geese in Hungary being plucked in a way that left many of them badly injured.

Moncler said its down suppliers were currently located in Italy, France and North America.

"There is no link whatsoever with the strong images broadcast relating to breeders, suppliers and farms that act in an improper and illegal way," it said, adding it has given its lawyers a mandate to protect its rights.

Traders blamed the drop in Moncler's shares, which underperformed a 2 percent fall in Milan's blue-chip index , on the programme, which was broadcast at prime time on Italian state television.

Reputation Manager, an Italian firm that measures brands' online standing, said the show, called Report, had triggered 4,300 tweets on Moncler between Sunday night and Monday morning, 88 percent of which were negative.

"Crucial aspects for the reputation of a company such as social responsibility, sustainability and quality have received a hard blow all at once," Reputation Manager CEO Andrea Barchiesi said in a note.

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Report criticised Moncler and other luxury brands for shifting production out of Italy to lower-paid workers in eastern Europe despite the high profit margins on their goods.

Moncler, whose jackets can cost more than 1,000 euros, said it had not shifted production to the region as it had always operated there.

"In Italy we've kept some efficient collaborations with the best garment makers," it said.

The show interviewed small businesses in southern Italy, which said they had laid off workers after losing contracts to supply Moncler.

The company also denied allegations that retail prices for its jackets were too high compared to production costs. It said the cost of its products rose by around 2.5 times by the time they reached shopkeepers who would then mark them up further based on prices prevailing in that market.

"It's clear that the figures mentioned in the show, which only take into account a small part of the overall cost of the product, are totally inaccurate and misleading," it said.

Moncler, which started life as a ski jacket maker in the French Alps in 1952, listed its shares on the Milan bourse in December last year at 10.2 euros each.

The stock gained more than 60 percent after its debut to hit an all-time high of 16.60 euros in early January. It has since slowly declined. Shares in Moncler were down 4.6 percent at 10.55 euros by 1614 GMT.

The television show contrasted Moncler and other brands with Brunello Cucinelli, which manufactures exclusive clothing in a hamlet in the Umbria region and has turned the fully made in Italy concept into a powerful marketing tool.

Shares in Cucinelli rose 1.5 percent on Monday, while rivals Tod's and Salvatore Ferragamo lost around 1.3 percent. (Additional reporting by Danilo Masoni, editing by Louise Heavens)

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