Preliminary inquiry to focus on Alexis Kohler’s links to Swiss–Italian shipping group

Anti-corruption police have opened a preliminary inquiry into allegations that French president Emmanuel Macron’s chief of staff violated conflict of interest rules while he was a civil servant at the finance ministry.

The inquiry, which is being carried out by the prosecutor’s office for the national financial crime unit, is examining Alexis Kohler’s links to a Swiss–Italian shipping company that is a major client of one of France’s main shipyards.

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