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France selects Qwant as default search engine for government employees

Tuesday 14 January 2020 | 09:50 CET | News
Qwant has passed an audit by the Interministerial Digital Directorate (DINUM) and is in the process of being adopted as the default search engine on workstations of government employees within the French administration. The news follows the recent commitment of fresh funds from existing shareholders, as part of a new financing round that the company aims to complete during February.

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Companies: Qwant
Countries: France
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