Concourse at the end of Christmas market Paris
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The 'king' of the market stunners' Marcel Campion had called on to stop the traffic to Paris from 06.00 to protest against the city's decision to stop the Christmas market. According to Campion, 2000 jobs are lost and the French capital loses an attraction that has attracted nearly 15 million visitors since 2008 at the end of the year. According to market makers, mayor Anne Hidalgo finds the market out of time and would be offered too many items from abroad.
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