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Michelin's Turbulent Time

French restaurant inspector spills secrets in book, just as dining guide plans to change directors
Per-Henrik Mansson, Jacob Gaffney
Issue: August 31, 2004

Amid a tumultuous time for Michelin's revered Red Guides, their director, Derek Brown, is retiring this summer, ending his tenure as an Englishman heading a bastion of French culture. Frenchman Jean-Luc Naret, 43, who has managed luxury hotels around the world, will succeed him in September.

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