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These cookies are based on temporary monitoring of your Internet browsing. Users can delete them before they start browsing on other websites.
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To gather statistics on the use of our website, we use statistical tools solely for the functions stated above for the purpose of finding out the level of recurrence of our visitors and the contents which they are mostly interested in. This enables us to focus on improving the most visited areas and to help users find what they are looking for more easily.
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How to manage cookies
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Users should take into account, however, that if they remove cookies, this may affect certain areas of the website.
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