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Pierre Fabre, founder of pharmaceutical giant, dies

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PARIS, France - Pierre Fabre, founder of the eponymous pharmaceutical and cosmetics giant, died Saturday at his home in southwestern France, aged 87, a source close to the company said.

Pierre Fabre | Source: AFP

The company which he founded in 1962 employs 10,000 people - 6,700 in France - and had a turnover of 1.972 billion euros last year.

It has 42 overseas branches, with products available in 130 countries.

French employers' union MEDEF paid tribute to Fabre - France's 43rd richest man according to financial weekly Challenges - saying his death was "a huge loss".

"Pierre Fabre had a vision and an ambitious plan for his company," said its new president Pierre Gattaz in a statement.

"He was one of the big French decision makers, one of those who gave most to his region, to the job market and local economic development."

Fabre, a rugby union fanatic who owned current French champions Castres, died in his hometown of Lavaur, near Toulouse.

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