PARIS, May 29 (Reuters) - Shares in the world's biggest tyre maker, France's Michelin , eased 1.4 percent at the opening on Monday after the accidental death of co-managing partner Edouard Michelin on Friday. Michelin died on Friday in a boating accident during a bass fishing trip near Brittany. He leaves behind a wife and six children.
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