Could a railway force Chanel No. 5 out of its historic home?

Could a railway force Chanel No. 5 out of its historic home?
 

Chanel has said it will leave a historic perfume site in France should plans for a high-speed train line affecting its jasmine fields go ahead.
French rail operators say modernisation work on the French Riviera network is desperately necessary.
But in an open letter, the luxury brand said it would be a disaster for its "artisanal activities" in Grasse.
The company says it takes about 1,000 jasmine flowers to make a 30ml bottle of their famous No. 5 perfume.
The iconic perfume was created by Coco Chanel when she met local perfumer Ernest Beaux in Grasse during a summer holiday on... read more

 
2 December 2016 in Business, Views: 53
Source: BBC
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