UPDATE 2-Michelin death could signal structure change


(Adds analyst comment) By Marcel Michelson PARIS, May 29 (Reuters) - The accidental death of Edouard Michelin on Friday may reopen a debate about the structure of the world's largest tire maker but its immediate future is not at risk, sector analysts said on Monday. Shares in France's Compagnie Generale des Etablissement Michelin SA , eased 1.4 percent at the opening. Edouard Michelin, born in 1963, died in a boating accident during a fishing trip near Brittany. He leaves behind a ...

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