Conference call –   LVMH Reaches Agreement with Tiffany & Co.

Paris, November 25, 2019Further to today’s announcement of LVMH’s agreement with Tiffany & Co., a conference call was held today at 3 pm (Paris time). At this time, a presentation, including further information, was put on the LVMH website. The replay of the conference call is equally available on the website in the Shareholders / Events section via this link.LVMH
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