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The deal massively dilutes shareholders and will bring to an end the 30-year reign of 74-year-old Naouri, who controls Casino through his listed holding company Rallye. Casino will formally change hands at the end of March next year. Casino reiterated it had until Oct. 25 to obtain from a commercial court the start of an accelerated safeguard procedure under which it could approve the plan with the support of secured creditors and compel reluctant creditors to follow.

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Atonement author Ian McEwan has told aspiring young authors not to be afraid of offending readers with their writing amid a rise in the use of ‘sensitivity readers’ to comb through books to remove sensitive material. On Thursday Casino said the binding debt deal was reached with the consortium led by Kretinsky’s company EPGC alongside Casino’s biggest creditor Attestor, its second-biggest shareholder Fimalac and the retailer’s secured creditors.

Thursday’s announcement finalises a July agreement in principle which called for 1.2 billion euros ($1.26 billion) of new money to be injected into Casino, as well as a reduction of Casino’s debt by 6.1 billion euros. The retailer, which is now France’s sixth-largest supermarket group, said it planned to pursue discussions with the financial creditors not yet party to the lock-up agreement to get them to sign up to it too. Naouri said the binding agreement “creates a favourable framework” for the long-term sustainability of Casino’s business, maintaining its workforce and head offices and continuing to develop its brands.

“Casino has reached a major milestone in its financial restructuring process by obtaining the agreement of its main creditors on a financial restructuring plan,” CEO and controlling shareholder Jean-Charles Naouri said in a statement. A self-professed lover of France, Kretinsky is also in talks to become the biggest shareholder in French IT consulting firm Atos, developing a portfolio of assets in the country after a string of investments in Britain with soccer club West Ham, retailer Sainsbury’s, and Royal Mail.