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Who is Maurice Luiset?
Maurice Luiset 1871 – 1935 was a French financier and entrepreneur who created several mainstream consumer-good products such as MIR, the world's oldest existing, and continental Europe's first detergent, the perfume Porte-Bonheur and a hygiene and beauty product La Mondiale. Maurice Luiset also owned one of the largest candle manufacturing businesses in France, a bee-keeping products business that sold under the brand name La Colombe and merchant ships that he used for import and export activities. He based his business operations out of Vienne, near Lyon, France.
- born in (145 years ago)
- nationality: France
- died in (81 years ago)
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