France and Italy in dispute over shipyard

Relations between France and Italy have hit troubled waters over French President Emmanuel Macron's part-nationalisation of the country's largest shipyard.

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    Relations between France and Italy have hit troubled waters over French President Emmanuel Macron's part-nationalisation of the country's largest shipyard.

    He is trying to block an Italian company from taking a majority stake.

    Al Jazeera's David Chater reports from Saint-Nazaire.


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