PARIS, March 30 (Reuters) - The French government is set to ban companies receiving state aid from awarding stock options to bosses until the end of 2010, newspapers said on Monday. Bonuses will be permitted but only in limited amounts, Le Figaro said. No-one in the finance minister's office or the prime minister's office could immediately be reached to comment. Prime Minister Francois Fillon's office had said last week he would present a decree relating to executive pay to parliament ...
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