Guy Laliberte / Cirque / Soleil / Monday

MONTREAL: Guy Laliberte, a former stilt-walker who founded Canada's Cirque du Soleil more than three decades ago, announced Monday he had sold his remaining stake in the world's most famous circus troupe. #BangkokPost  #World 

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